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Posts tagged as 'offices'

Mon 2.11.

ZDF Broadcasting Studio by ÜberRaum Architects (UK)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.11.2015 - Tagged as: ,

ZDF Broadcasting Studio by ÜberRaum Architects

ZDF Broadcasting Studio by ÜberRaum Architects

Integrating the requirements of a television studio within the fabric of a listed building was a major challenge and has been discreetly solved with bespoke furniture throughout. (text by ÜberRaum Architects)

 

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AIA Sathorn Tower by Steven J. Leach Architects, photo: Chaovarith Poonphol

AIA Sathorn Tower by Steven J. Leach Architects, photo: Chaovarith Poonphol

Rising 29 storeys above downtown Bangkok, AIA Sathorn Tower is a Class A office building designed by Steven J. Leach Architects, Bangkok. The building is a pioneer in terms of environmental responsibility, energy efficiency, and quality of life.

 

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Mon 26.10.

Faber Headquarters by GEZA (IT)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.10.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Faber Headquarters by GEZA, photo: Massimo Crivellari

Faber Headquarters by GEZA, photo: Massimo Crivellari

Faber Industrie Spa are world leading manufacturers of steel cylinders. Their new headquarters are located at a boundary between an industrial area and farmland, and hence belong to both the industrial and the natural landscape. The aim of the project is to interface both landscapes and acknowledge their different qualities and values. (text by GEZA)

 

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Asef Office Building by Boozhgan Architecture Studio, photo: Ali Daghigh | Poolad Javaher Haghighi

Asef Office Building by Boozhgan Architecture Studio, photo: Ali Daghigh | Poolad Javaher Haghighi

Due to Tehran’s sunny weather in most of the days during the year, it is always a challenge for architects to get the maximum transparency, while controlling the direct south light flow. Keeping these key aspects in mind, the idea of using a second skin in front of the façade was concreted. (text by Boozhgan Architecture Studio)

 

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Fri 28.8.

Rönesans Mecidiyeköy Offices by MuuM (TR)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.08.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Rönesans Mecidiyeköy Offices by MuuM, image: Cemal Emden

Rönesans Mecidiyeköy Offices by MuuM, image: Cemal Emden

Istanbul’s Mecidiyeköy neighborhood is one of the most important transportation hubs in the city and thus a preferred location for office centers and firms including MuuM’s RÖNESANS|BİZ project.

 

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Uber Headquarters by SHoP Architects with Studio O+A, image: ©SHoP Architects PC

Uber Headquarters by SHoP Architects with Studio O+A, image: ©SHoP Architects PC

New York based SHoP Architects, with Studio O+A, have been chosen to design transportation network company Uber’s new headquarters in the Mission Bay neighborhood of San Francisco.

 

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Thu 20.8.

LTD-1 Office Building by Pysall Architekten (DE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.08.2015 - Tagged as: ,

LTD-1 Office Building by Pysall Architekten, photo: © Jens Willebrand

LTD-1 Office Building by Pysall Architekten, photo: © Jens Willebrand

The building forms the first step in a special urban pattern. The form of the boomerang-shaped building leaves an open, transitional space from the street to the rear green area, with direct sunlight into and distant views from every office. (text by Pysall Architekten)

 

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Espacio Miguel Delibes by RAFAEL DE LA-HOZ Arquitectos, photo: Alfonso Quiroga

Espacio Miguel Delibes by RAFAEL DE LA-HOZ Arquitectos, photo: Alfonso Quiroga

Inaugurated with the name of the famous Castilian writer Miguel Delibes, the new building is erected on 6,000 square meters in the Avenida Pablo Iglesias of Alcobendas, one of the youngest areas of the city. This results from the express will of the developer to create an open and dynamic centre so as to generate a singular volumetry. (text by RAFAEL DE LA-HOZ Arquitectos)

 

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