Tomaz Gregoric|||||||A prefab concrete system combined with transparent coloured panels create a warehouse that stands out from its neighbours|The shape of the building and its simple materials make it look like an elegant rubik’s cube|The majority of the building is storage space, so poured concrete floors give easy access to lorries|The colours of the polycarbonate material were chosen according to which were cheapest|Despite a tiny budget, the architects took extra care to enhance public areas such as the entrance|A steel lattice decorates the stair, while a concrete and stone floor continues the polished industrial feel||
20 Jan 2010

Lokatrade HQ by Ofis Arhitekti

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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