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MSCP Car Park, Stratford, London, 01 of 13

MSCP Car Park, Stratford, London, 01 of 13

Exterior architectural repeating modulating facade photography, 02 of 13

Exterior architectural repeating modulating facade photography, 02 of 13

Oblique angle exterior photo, 03 of 13

Oblique angle exterior photo, 03 of 13

Architectural photography london, 04 of 13

Architectural photography london, 04 of 13

Signage architecture, 05 of 13

Signage architecture, 05 of 13

London architectural photographer, 06 of 13

London architectural photographer, 06 of 13

Metal panel facade elevation photography, 07 of 13

Metal panel facade elevation photography, 07 of 13

Photograph across canal, 08 of 13

Photograph across canal, 08 of 13

Haptic Architects, London, 09 of 13

Haptic Architects, London, 09 of 13

Car park with metal cladding, 10 of 13

Car park with metal cladding, 10 of 13

Sunset architectural photography, 11 of 13

Sunset architectural photography, 11 of 13

Sunset golden light reflects on the metal cladding in Stratford, London

Sunset golden light reflects on the metal cladding in Stratford, London, 12 of 13

Architectural detail photo, 13 of 13

Architectural detail photo, 13 of 13

MSCP Car Park Re-cladding, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, 2019, Haptic Architects
Haptic architects have installed a creative recladding of an unremarkable car park at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, which they won through competition. The design includes graphic design contributions from Bob Design, and engineering from Eckersley O’Callaghan.
The design features sculptural powder coated aluminium panels which are strongly triangular in geometry, and whose module changes subtly along the side of the car park. The changes are achieved through highly efficient detailing. The powder coating has subtly different shades to enhance the sculptural effect. “Super graphics” are employed to indicate the zones of and entrances to the car park.

Architectural photography completed over 1 day. (All images copyright Simon Kennedy, London Architectural Photographer)
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