Architecture of WikiLeaks

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Thanks to the New York Post article we noticed that this project Pionen White Mountain, which we featured November 24, 2008, is indeed the WikiLeaks Headquarters.   Pionen – White Mountain designed by Albert France-Lanord Architects is housed in a former 1,200 sqm  Cold War bunker (originally built as a World War II bunker); an amazing location 30 meters down under the granite rocks of the Vita Berg Park in .

One of the original founders of WikiLeaks is architect John Young. Sections and more photographs following the break.

Update: It seems that the New York Post article was misleading. The Pionen – White Mountain facilities, a Bahnhof computer center, hosts two Wikileaks servers at these facilities and provides power, cooling, and Internet access to the servers.

Architects: Albert France-Lanord Architects
Location:Stockholm, Sweden
Program: Datacenter
Collaborators: Frida Öster and Jonatan Blomgren
Geology Consultant: Geosigma AB
Construction:
Client: Bahnhof AB
Construction Area: 1,200 sqm
Project year: 2008
Photographs: Åke E:son Lindman

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Cite: Minner, Kelly. "Architecture of WikiLeaks" 10 Dec 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 23 Dec 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=95432>
  • James

    Brilliant. It looks like something that was pulled out of a James Bond movie.

  • http://uptodayarch.blogspot.com up_today_arch

    Exactly james Bond, it looks like they are kidding us about WL…

  • isla

    tomorrow never die , feels like wikileak is ruled by Golden Finger

  • Ziyonex

    That’s freaking unreal. I love it. Seeing those photos just gave this whole fight a bit of a mystical feeling.

    That is elaborate.

  • archi

    It needs a tv screen with a direct link to the UN, and the Pengagon. And it needs a shark tank, full of sharks with freekn’ laser beams. Then my plans will be complete. Mwwahahahaaa…!

  • rar

    how much money do they get from donations?!!!

    RICH MUTHAS.