|||||||The complex consists of five vast ‘silos’|The HQ overlooks Europe’s busiest freeway|The office block is elevated on stilts to allow lorries to pass underneath|The larger structures are made in slip form to make them more robust, while the office buildings are prefabricated offsite|The ends of the silos and polygonal windows allow an abundance of light into the office building|The ends of the silos and polygonal windows allow an abundance of light into the office building||
26 Aug 2014

Landmark HQ cements the ‘new east’ of Paris

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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