||||||Dutch architecture practice LIAG has designed the building to resemble a bookcase|The car park is based on the roof to reduce the building’s footprint|The facade is made from aluminium composite panels|The building combines the production and editorial departments to help streamline logistics|The brightly coloured exterior contrasts with the light and airy central atrium||
04 Aug 2014

Bookcase office by LIAG Architects

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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