From Italy, Chile, Austria, Taiwan and Argentina. Here’s our second Round Up from our previously featured industrial architecture. Check our first part here!
Cabel Industry / Massimo Mariani Just out the edge of the town of Empoli, the building is the Cabel headquarters (a company dealing in computer systems for banks), it covers an area of approximately 4.500 square metres and it is incorporated on the local industrial estate. Partially set into the ground, the building is composed of two extended floors (read more…)
Inotera Headquarters & Production Facility / tec Design Studio The Asia Paciﬁc region, an evolving hub for advanced technology and creative intelligence, beneﬁts from a unique juxtaposition of hi-tech development and natural environment. We seized this opportunity, investigating strategies that integrate the latter two and bring the human being back to the center of all deliberation (read more…)
Olisur: Olive Oil factory / Guillermo Hevia A volume of architecture simple and emphatic, which reinterprets allegorically anonymous architectures of the central valley, sits on the softer mountains of olives, looking subtly with its wooden facades and colors that stand out with the luminosity of the place. The body will mimic the geography and planning lines of trees on their facades (read more…)
Industrial Plan in Junin de los Andes / Alric Galindez Arquitectos On a valley placed on the right margin of river Chimehuin, we can find the city of Junin de los Andes. It develops along N°234 national road, part of the Seven Lakes turistic circuit, and it is the main entrance to the National Park Lanin. The Industrial Plan´s terrain is on the roadside, and is the very fisrt building we meet (read more…)
SSC voestalpine Stahl Service Center / x Architekten The building functions as an interface between road, rail and waterway transport. The delivery and outgoing goods sections embody the dynamism and efficiency of the company voestalpine SSC. Architecturally, the financial success of the enterprise is symbolised by the wide open access gates (read more…)