Offices/commercial

PLINTHOS PAVILION

mab architects

08 Feb 2011

A room that breathes Clay brick has always been a symbol for solidity and reliability, for human scale, and in many cases it has also been admired for its sensual qualities. With plinthos pavilion mab architects wanted to explore these same characteristics and add another quality – transparency, something that is normally not associated with clay brick. 21816 bricks are used to

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ONE SHELLEY STREET

Clive Wilkinson Architects

31 Jan 2011

One Shelley Street was a highly collaborative effort by Macquarie and its design team to reframe the requirements for a 21st century office, and implement a radical, large scale workplace that leveraged mobility, transparency, multiple tailor made worksettings, destination work plazas, follow-me technology, and carbon neutral systems to support an evolving vision for a financial services company.

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Microsoft 10 and 11

TRO Jung Brannen

29 Dec 2010

Microsoft office space looks to inspire and encourage. This technology company wanted its new 39,860 square foot office to be a workspace that encourages an entrepreneurial spirit and attracts 'start-up' talent. As well as having an open workspace to foster collaboration and invention, the company also wanted to create an environmentally responsible project that would achieve LEED® Gold

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Microsoft Conference Center

TRO Jung Brannen

29 Dec 2010

New conference centre promotes innovation and collaboration. The new 14,000 square foot conference centre for an international leader in the computer technology industry was designed to create a multi-functional collaboration space for use by employees as well as local technology companies. The open meeting space was designed to foster collaboration and invention within an environmentally

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Confidential Law Firm

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

22 Dec 2010

Portraying strength with design The project intent for this confidential international law firm was to anchor the firm’s presence in Europe by portraying the strength and image of the company through design. The client chose Sir Norman Foster’s iconic 30 St. Mary Axe tower of London, affectionately known as the Gherkin, as its office site. The interior architecture of the space was

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