5 Famous Buildings Constructed Using Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel is widely used in building for both practical and cosmetic reasons. From an aesthetic point of view, Stainless Steel is bright and reflective and a perfect complement to glass.

5. Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton.

The Art Gallery of Alberta is a public art gallery showcasing over 6000 works of art. The Gallery, located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; features a huge stainless steel ribbon that wraps around the building, serving both functional and visual elements.

4. Sage, Gateshead.

The Sage is a music and concert hall located on the bank of the river Tyne in Gateshead, in the North of England. From a design point of view, the building features an eye catching curved glass and stainless steel design.

3. The Kelpies, Falkirk.

The Kelpies are two 30 meter horse head sculptures located in Falkirk, Scotland. The Kelpies are constructed from structural steel with a stainless steel cladding. There are 990 unique stainless steel skin-plates used for the cladding of the iconic structure.

2. Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles.

The Walt Disney Concert Hall is home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and a variety of musical events. The skin of the building is made from Stainless Steel, finished in matte; producing a reflective, mirror like exterior.

1. The Chrysler Building, New York.

The Chrysler Building is one of the most iconic buildings in the New York skyline. However, contrary to myth, the spire of the building isn’t made from hubcaps, but in fact, Stainless Steel. Stainless Steel is also used for the Art Deco style sunburst pattern at the top of the building.

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