TRADIBOM Administrative Building / LBM Studio

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Architects: LBM Studio / Leandro Matsuda
Location: Mogi Mirim, Brasil
Project Area: 358 sqm
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: Courtesy of LBM Studio


Located in Mogi Mirim, Brazil, Alves Rossi company, specializing in the manufacture of food products, has undergone a recent division, becoming two separate companies. The new split requires the construction of new facilities for the administrative sector. The project needed to be built in a few months and with a low budget. It houses the rooms of directors, work stations, meeting, treasury, cafeterias, locker rooms and laboratory.

Floor Plan

The proposal was to build a large pavilion with an open plan, providing great flexibility for future expansions. Two large side gables and a sequence of pillars hold trusses and tiles. The walls and the area outside the changing rooms are made with ceramic blocks, and all rooms are built on slabs of plasterboard. The floor is polished , the frames are formed by and sheets of tempered glass, a large metal frame and glass crosses all ends of the project.

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Cite: "TRADIBOM Administrative Building / LBM Studio" 24 Aug 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 19 Dec 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=162566>
  • jt

    well…
    1 – accessbility to whellchairs? why not en elegant and width-variable ramp?
    2 – floating concrete windows?
    3 – I sensed an intention of making the building to float in the air, but that was not enough.
    4 – the black facade was not treated like one
    4 – if that external grid does not belong to the neighbor building, that area was not resolved and then is residual space.