Precast concrete forms Stockholm's Flat Iron building

12/22/2012 | Inhabitat

The Flat Iron Building in Stockholm is a version of its historic New York City counterpart, the only difference being the structure is made from precast concrete and is LEED-Gold certified. The use of precast for the building was chosen because it would shorten construction time and still be an effective sound barrier for the noisy train yard behind it and the residential buildings at its front.

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