||||||The building’s saw-tooth profile was in part inspired by the de Ploeg weaving mill, designed by Gerrit Rietveld in the 1950s|Numbers recessed into the brickwork are for delivery drivers to easily locate their cargo|Rugs, and a Piet Hein Eek’s Scrapwood table and bench, soften the hard-edged concrete|The main entrance area is a cathedral- like full-height space|Clerestory glazing faces north to reduce overheating, with curtains to screen off ground-floor windows||
18 Jun 2015

Saw-toothed HQ by B+O Architectuur Interieur

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