David Frutos|David Frutos|David Frutos|David Frutos|David Frutos|David Frutos||A “veil” over the facade gives the building an indistinct, changing outline|The facade subtly creeps in to view at the edge of the large windows|Perforated wall and ceiling cladding echoes the building’s ephemeral facade|Conference rooms can be reconfigured with the use of sliding partitions|Currently, housing 30 staff, the building could accommodate up to 300|All working areas are accessed from the central staircase, a full-height void||
18 Mar 2013

FEDA headquarters by Cor & Asociados

Words by Dominic Lutyens

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