Luis Fonseca|Luis Fonseca|Ivan Brodey|Ivan Brodey|Luis Fonseca|Luis Fonseca|Luis Fonseca|Luis Fonseca|Ivan Brodey||A-lab’s sublime ‘groundscraper’ for Statoil basks in the Norwegian sun|Connecting bridges sprout from the tower to all corners of the office|The ‘communications tower’ is the hub of the central atrium space|Only 30% of the facade is glazed, to shade interiors from the sun|The curving glass roof can withstand a 3m blanket of snow|The stairs are so popular with staff that no one bothers with the lifts|The chilly fjord surrounding the building|All-white workspaces match the exterior and put the focus on the view|Oak-clad walkways contrast the futuristic aluminium and glass||
10 Oct 2013

A-Lab’s super stack for Statoil

Words by James McLachlan

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