PERI’s involvement on these award-winning buildings has enabled unimaginable and ‘mould-breaking’ structures to take shape and become a reality.
For the V&A alone, 1,200 panels of freeform formwork moulded steep inclined and double-curved walls, supported by a range of shoring props during the build.
Large circular production tanks, walls and columns in The Macallan Distillery continue to be eye-catching design features amongst the distillery’s copper interior, thanks to each structure’s fair-faced concrete finish.
Not forgetting how the formwork and scaffolding specialist achieved the timber grain effect on the exposed concrete atrium wall in the 2 Television Centre building, which is unmissable as you walk in.
These projects are a reminder of the capabilities of concrete and quality formwork today, enabling any structure and almost any finish to be achieved.