Project Soane | Project Soane Launches Virtually Worldwide
A worldwide crowdsourcing effort to virtually reconstruct Sir John Soane’s treasured Bank of England, lost to history in what is considered one the greatest architectural travesties.
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Project Soane Launches Virtually Worldwide


15 Jul Project Soane Launches Virtually Worldwide

When the majority of the Bank of England building, expanded and reworked by Sir John Soane from 1788 to 1833, was demolished in the 1920s in the course of a new renovation, London lost an architectural treasure.Project Soane, a crowdsourcing effort launched yesterday at an event in New York, aims to reconstruct the historic site virtually using BIM.

Conceived in part by Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA), Project Soane is underwritten and supported by a host of technology companies, including Hewlett-Packard (HP), Nvidia, Autodesk, CGarchitect, and Case Inc., in New York. It also has the blessing of the Sir John Soane’s Museum, in London, which has supplied the archival reference drawings.

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