Anna Galante|Anna Galante|Anna Galante|Anna Galante|Anna Galante|Anna Galante|Anna Galante|Anna Galante||Casillo gives its HQ the same gravitas as a landmark civic building|A tree-studded enclosed courtyard feeds light into the interior space|The building sits in the shadow of a huge silo, with landscaping all around|A glass-sided conference room overhangs the courtyard below|Perforated orange panels pivot to adjust daylight and ventilation|The conference-room floor and ceiling are joined by curling ribbons of timber|Clear sightlines mean that users can easily make sense of the space|Client meetings take place in elegantly minimal white spaces||
17 Apr 2013

Casillo HQ by Alvisi Kirimoto and Partners

Words by Helen Parton

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