This distinctive building, which won the prestigious RIBA Stirling prize, required a particular suspension solution. For example, the highly chlorinated environment demanded corrosion-free qualities. And the curvaceous form, inspired by the fluid geometry of water in motion, required more flexibility than could be offered by more traditional methods.
The solution came in the form of the Zip‑Clip Con-Lock Anchor system. This enabled a 35º suspension angle to match the flow of the ceiling. It also entailed minimal drilling, required no additional equipment, and came at no extra cost.