Spectra Building Poland, JEMS Architekci, Polish Office Design, Architect, Warszawa
Spectra Building : Warsaw Office
Warsaw Office Development, Poland – design by JEMS Architekci
15 Oct 2007
Warsaw Office Building
Office Building in Warsaw
Offices for several firms, mainly in the pharmaceutical sector, all members of the same group of companies, were designed under the watchword “group offices – office group”.
Four rectangular blocks with four and five storeys accommodating offices are set on an elevated ground-floor podium around an internal courtyard garden.
That level groups together a number of amenities accessible to all users of the building, and provides circulation between the offices.
The stone blocks of the offices are separated by glazed atria: lift lobbies and winter gardens. The internal garden cascades through the western atrium toward Bobrowiecka Street, forming a kind of executive entrance yard.
The elevations are composed of two overlapping three-dimensional grids of 8 cm thick sandstone and graphite aluminium. The grids, offset in plan and in section, form shimmering and vibrant planes. The stone is exposed in three dimensions, so as not to be perceived as mere flat wall cladding.
Location: Warsaw, Poland
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