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Posts tagged as 'offices'

Thu 9.6.

Mont-Blanc Base Camp by Kengo Kuma (JP)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 09.06.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Mont-Blanc Base Camp by Kengo Kuma, photo: Kengo Kuma

Mont-Blanc Base Camp by Kengo Kuma, photo: Kengo Kuma

The site looks up the peak of Mont-Blanc. In order for the architecture and its surrounding forests to dissolve in the environment the façade of the building is almost like the trees in the wood, as it consists of thick, unskinned panels of oak. The roof is also composed of the unskinned planks. (text by Kengo Kuma)

 

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Fri 6.5.

Surgeon’s Rooms by Fmd Architects (AU)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.05.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Surgeon's Rooms by Fmd Architects, photo: John Gollings

Surgeon’s Rooms by Fmd Architects, photo: John Gollings

Surgeon’s Rooms reception area plays a dual role of waiting area as well as a workshop space for group mindfulness classes, which are an important component of the recovery process for the patients. The reception desk is a 3 dimensional layered plywood block, reconnecting the prosthetics seen in the façade of the building. (text by Fmd Architects)

 

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Lawyer's office “Scherbaum Seebacher” by LOVE architecture and urbanism, photo: Jasmin Schuller

Lawyer’s office “Scherbaum Seebacher” by LOVE architecture and urbanism, photo: Jasmin Schuller

The basic element of the design concept of the law office is the motive of the column or arcade, which is newly interpreted. In this way, the path through the future law office is characterized by a sequence of columns positioned at various densities. (text by LOVE architecture and urbanism)

 

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Thu 31.3.

Hudson Rouge, New York by M Moser Associates (US)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 31.03.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Hudson Rouge, New York by M Moser Associates, photo: Eric Laignel

Hudson Rouge, New York by M Moser Associates, photo: Eric Laignel

Visitors first encounter a reception area whose most striking feature is a reclaimed wood timber screen. More than just a focal point, it is subtly aligned to preserve a sense of privacy between reception and the open studio area behind. (text by M Moser Associates)

 

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Wed 30.3.

Atrium Amras by Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH (AT)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 30.03.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Atrium Amras by Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH, photo: Thilo Härdtlein

Atrium Amras by Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH, photo: Thilo Härdtlein

The brief was to plan an office building with low energy consumption on the periphery of Innsbruck. The site operates as a gate to the city, due to its proximity to the Innsbruck Ost transport hub. (text by Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH)

 

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Wed 2.3.

Chimney by pS Arkitektur (SE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.03.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Chimney by pS Arkitektur, photo: Jason Strong Photography

Chimney by pS Arkitektur, photo: Jason Strong Photography

The challenge was to fit this friendly, open minded, top-of-the-art technical and busy company into an 18th century classified building in Stockholms old town. The entrance level houses a great lobby under the vaults. This is where you meet colleagues, have lunch or work over a cup of coffee. Foreign visitors from the film industry enjoy the cool atmosphere and the professionalism from staff and studios. The design concept is the Chimney Family – welcoming, professional and sporting gifts and souvenirs from all over the world. The interior is a mix of second hand and new furniture. (text by pS Arkitektur)

 

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Headquarters for Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) by Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH, photo: Helmut Pierer

Headquarters for Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) by Zechner & Zechner ZT GmbH, photo: Helmut Pierer

The aim of the concept was to find an outstanding architectural object for the corporate headquarters, which was to provide optimal working and communication conditions for the approx. 1,600 employees from various different ÖBB companies. The 88m high office tower acts as a landmark for the new district south of the new main train station. An S-shaped curve of the building and the recess at the site‘s northern border opens the structure to the forecourt. The dynamically curved main form and the smooth rounded surface are reminiscent of modern high-speed trains. (text by Zechner & Zechner)

 

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Bestseller office complex by C.F. Møller Architects, photo: Adam Mørk

Bestseller office complex by C.F. Møller Architects, photo: Adam Mørk

Bestseller is a world-wide fashion group with shops in over 70 countries, featuring well-known brands such as Vero Moda, Jack & Jones, Only, Pieces and several others. The new office complex for about 800 employees is therefore intended as a showroom for Bestseller’s design-driven corporate identity, and resembles a varied flotilla of buildings at different levels, which are connected by a series of outdoor spaces like atria, courtyards, terraces and roof gardens. (text by C.F. Møller Architects)

 

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