Iwan Baan||||||SelgasCano’s new HQ goes back to nature|The north-facing wall is a 20mm-thick curved window made of transparent plexiglas, while the opaque south-facing wall uses a ‘sandwich’ of fibreglass, polyester and insulation|Steps lead up from entrance level to the tubular space with its long row of workstations – all of them hotdesks|Wooden planks are used for paving outside the tubular structure|Concrete steps cut into the earth lead down into the office’s entrance||
21 Oct 2009

SelgasCano’s enchanting office

Words by Helen Parton

Editor’s picks

Design London makes its LDF debut

Four insights from the workplace of the future

5 ways houseplants support health and wellbeing at work

The most productive colours to paint your home working space

At Work With: Here Design on Beautility

Studio Indigo completes eclectic office interior designed with creativity and wellbeing in mind

Octaevo explores the wonders of the Mediterranean with its collection of thoughtful design objects and stationery

Stuttgart-based design studio Ippolito Fleitz Group creates an inspiring space for working at this vibrant HQ

Holistic architect brings harmony to the workplace with new book

Instagram





Workplace | Design | Architecture