AD Round Up: Offices Part IV

Offices from USA, England, Mexico, Norway and Italy. Out of all of these, in which one would you like to work? Check them all after the break.

Winters Studio / MOS Architects
This project explores the idea of creating a space for both painting and drawing set against an intense landscape of shale cliffs, forest and ponds. Overlooking the hills of the Taconic State Park, this isolated site is one of several free standing structures making up a compound for an artist and a curator/writer (read more…)

Esplanada Studio / Tatiana Bilbao & at103
This artist’s studio is located in a residential area in the west corner of Mexico City, over a 20m x 40m site. The project has an underground parking space and its formed by a building with 3 levels (a triple-height space, offices on the third level and a service area on the roof), with a very specific architectural program. There were two conditions: on one hand, to be used as a studio and, on the other, to serve as venue for private temporary exhibits (read more…)

Ex Ducati / Mario Cucinella Architects
The project involved redeveloping a site and constructing a new building for commercial units and offices on the south side of Rimini at the intersection between via Flaminia and viale della Repubblica. The ground floor of the building is designed to accommodate commercial units while the three upper stories are intended for office space; the building also features an attic floor, a basement floor, and a ground-level car park (read more…)

DogA / JSA
The planning and building work was done in approximately 15 months, resulting in an extremely hectic process. The building consisted of a conglomerate of different additions and alterations from around 1860 until 1980. We thought it would be appropriate and interesting to reveal this intense and dramatic history of continuous physical change by uncovering as many as possible of the “voices” from the past (read more…)

Deloitte Consulting / Mackay & Partners
It’s not simply a coincidence that visiting the new London headquarters of global management consultant Deloitte Consulting is like checking into five-star boutique accommodation. The spectacular workplace, designed by Mackay + Partners, is intended to be used just like a hotel. Only the administration and support staff of Deloitte Consulting are based permanently in the building, Athene Place on London’s Shoe Lane (read more…)

Cite: Jordana, Sebastian. "AD Round Up: Offices Part IV" 06 Jul 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 23 Aug 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=67613>

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