Audrius Ambrasas Architects|Audrius Ambrasas Architects|Audrius Ambrasas Architects|Audrius Ambrasas Architects|Audrius Ambrasas Architects|Audrius Ambrasas Architects|Audrius Ambrasas Architects||The building’s facade is comprised of aluminium profile glazing, dark stone, aluminium panels and white frosted glass detail|Architect Mindaugas Reklaitis says the roof plane creates a spatial connection between the building and the street|The two separate 10-storey towers are covered by a rectangular one-storey roof slab|Entrances for visitors, as well as the bank’s 870 employees working there, are under the projecting roof|The building features meeting rooms as well as dining halls, exposition space and open-plan office space|The strikingly angular building is designed to form a corner and clear boundary to the new development|The overhanging roof is intended to make the entrance seem ‘half-inside, half-outside’, making it friendlier||
20 Jan 2011

DnB Nord Banka by Audrius Ambrasas

Words by Rachel Calton

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