Lexicon
Hanging Structure

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Suspended (Hanging) Structures are those with horizontal or vertical structural planes i.e. floors or walls that are supported by cables (hangers) hung on steel rods from a stiff central core or piers from cantilevered structural members.

In south Africa the following serve as examples:
Bank of Netherlands (now Nedbank), Durban
Standard Bank, Johannesburg
Engineering Tower, University of Pretoria