The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 45 (1967) > Issues > Issue 2 > Features in the Design and Construction of Drapers Gardens Developments
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Features in the Design and Construction of Drapers Gardens Developments

The paper discusses briefly the various schemes that were considered for the construction of a 326-ft-high office tower which forms the main element of the building complex at ‘Drapers Gardens and describes in detail the main features of the solution adopted. W.W. Frischmann, G.S. Brown and S.S. Prabhu