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Henriksen Studio London Publications Journal Papers

We believe in the power of knowledge-sharing and the importance of contributing to the industry’s collective wisdom. Our publications represent years of expertise, research, and innovative ideas, offering valuable insights into various aspects of architectural design, engineering principles, and sustainable practices.


Henriksen Studio London Advancing the manuractre of complex geometry

Advancing the manufacture of complex geometry GFRC for today’s building envelopes

TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment (2017)

Henriksen Studio London Product Development and architecture

Product Development and Architecture: Visions, Methods, Innovations

Birkhauser Verlag AG (2013)


Henriksen Studio London Journal of Building Engineering

A New Method to Advance Complex Geometry Thin-Walled GFRC Elements

Journal of Building Engineering, Volume 6 (2016)

Henriksen Studio London Archutectural Engineering and Design management

The Impact of a New Mould System As Part Of A Novel Manufacturing Process

Architectural Engineering and Design Management, Volume 12 (2016)

Henriksen Studio London Advances in Civin Engineering Materials

Advances in the Application of Thin-Walled Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete

Advances in Civil Engineering Materials, Volume 4 (2015)

Henriksen Studio London Journal of Building Engineering

An Innovative Approach to Manufacture Thin-walled Glass Fibre Reinforced Concrete for Tomorrow’s Architectural Buildings Envelopes with Complex Geometries

Journal of Building Engineering Volume 4 (2015)


A Case Study – Unitized Facade System Designed with a Highly Transparent Facade of Low G-value Combined with Blast Requirements

Glazed Link, Complex Geometry Stainless Steel Artwork (...)

Unobtainium, Solving the Impossible

Advancing the Architectural Application of Complex Geometry GFRC

Structural Glass Fin Under Blast Loading

Future of the Glass Industry

Future Application of Structural Use of Glass

Free Form Architecture for Low Carbon Buildings

FRC in Complex Geometry Facades

Structural Challenges of Textile Reinforced FRC Panels

Bomb-blast Requirements in Public Buildings

Free Form Architecture: From Concept to Installation

Design of Glass for High Short Duration Wind Loads

Bomb-blast Requirements on Facades

The Challenge of Future Facade Renovations

Anisotropy and Optical Distortion in Architectural Glass (...)

ARoS, Your Rainbow Panorama by Olafur Eliasson

Design of Large Point Fixed Glass with a Bespoke Fixing

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