The Cutty Sark Sailboat By Grimshaw Architects

The Cutty Sark Sailboat By Grimshaw Architects

The Cutty Sark by Grimshaw Architects is the last surviving tea clipper and a reminder of the historical importance of sea trade in England. It's defined by a hull shape using 19th century composite iron and a timber ship building technique. [Archdaily]

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