An eye-catching centre piece, featuring Strata Concrete Trinity which is an Ultra High Performance (UHP) Concrete made into geometric shapes creating a striking feature at Battersea power station.
As part of a larger renovation project, the grade II listed building had undergone a major transformation to revamp the existing architecture whilst maintaining the industrial heritage.
Architects WilkinsonEyre were tasked with refurbishing the mixed-use building in 2013 and opted for a design scheme that reserved certain elements and materials like concrete, glass and exposed steel but integrated new design interventions.
Trinity was the perfect choice for this project as it explored the depths of meticulous design and has a natural and aesthetically pleasing characteristic that influences its appearance in a graceful manner, evoking a contrast between old and new.
This range combines three geometric shapes – a triangle, a parallelogram and a trapeze – which direct attention, and structure the plane to be in line with the space design concept that is installed amongst it.
Trinity is an extremely durable and resistant material as it is reinforced with high-density fibre making the surface protected from water and stain damage.