In collaboration with ISG & Fletcher Priest Architects
OAG were appointed to design, supply & install various structural glazing & cladding elements to form a new pavilion adjoining to the existing build at 10 Whitechapel High Street.
The new pavilion has been developed as part of the new Fotografiska Photography Museum & will be housing some of the world’s best renowned contemporary photography.
OAG were engaged early in the process, as the initial works involved providing a number of key component samples and a scaled visual mock-up of the ‘feature’ galvanised cladding for review by the employer’s team as well as assisting in the co-ordination of design interfaces.
Under the designs of Fletcher Priest, OAG installed bespoke galvanised cladding panels, steel curtain walling & double height glazing from the basement level all the way up to Level 2.
We thoroughly enjoyed working with Derwent, ISG & Fletcher Priest on this project & look forward to collaborating with them on other future works.
To see how this facade was developed see our feature project – Facade Evolution video: