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

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