Science Museum

Science Museum 2020-06-04T11:01:35+00:00

The Science Museum in London opened The Winton Gallery of Mathematics in December 2016. The gallery aims to show how mathematics underpins every part of the world that surrounds us.

The exquisite exhibition design was envisioned and drawn up by Zaha Hadid Architects, and an integral part of this was the complex geometry bench designs.

In collaboration with Zaha Hadid Architects, Paragon and Danish high-performance concrete specialist Hicon A/S, Odico produced and installed a set of 14 unique benches in Ultra-High Performance Concrete. The benches are comprised of an only 30mm thick concrete shell and lightweight foam core for weight reduction.

The Science Museum in London opened The Winton Gallery of Mathematics in December 2016. The gallery aims to show how mathematics underpins every part of the world that surrounds us.

The exquisite exhibition design was envisioned and drawn up by Zaha Hadid Architects, and an integral part of this was the complex geometry bench designs.

In collaboration with Zaha Hadid Architects, Paragon and Danish high-performance concrete specialist Hicon A/S, Odico produced and installed a set of 14 unique benches in Ultra-High Performance Concrete. The benches are comprised of an only 30mm thick concrete shell and lightweight foam core for weight reduction.

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