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MUS thinks in black and white

Jez Abbott
13 Feb 2019

MUS Architects has designed a black box with a light, white and airy interior.

Metal and glass clad the box for Pivexin Technology and house an office, areas for social facilities, a warehouse and land development around buildings including parking and greenery. 

Office and warehouse had to be complementary and interconnect, so designers merged the structure of both buildings to create a coherent "organism".

Total area of the building in Nedza, Poland, is 3,800sqm, including a hall and office building. Three zones include office, social and administrative facilities and a warehouse area.

Outer skin of the building is black and the elevation is largely glazed with vertical pilasters and horizontal cornices accentuating the building.

Elevations are simple and modest - adapted to the industrial character of this part of the building's body, much of which is defined by aluminum and steel.

The language is compact and minimalistic. Interiors are dominated by white with wood cladding and black accessories emphasizing individual elements of the composition and structure. 

Transparency obtained through the use of glass vertical dividers ensures the aesthetic continuity of space, visibility and free flow of external light.

Work tops in office work places are islands of decorative greenery, which was implemented in the center of the "office island" to separate individual workplaces. 

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