|||||||3XN’s travertine-clad building needed to be forward-looking, but not too forward-looking|Resembling a giant marble run, the central stair plays a pivotal role in separating public and private space|Each office features slotted windows|The ground floor reception opens out into a large canteen and library|Despite its height, the canteen/library has a soft, intimate feel. A light sculpture is suspended from the ceiling|The building’s layered facade shields the individual offices within from direct sunlight||
12 Feb 2010

Danish law firm Horten’s new HQ by 3XN

Words by James McLachlan

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