||||||||Siemans’ office in Masdar City, UAE|Sheppard Robson’s building nuzzles up against the Masdar Institute|A sheltered plaza at ground level went against the masterplan’s guildance|The building is pierced by nine atriums across its column-free floor plan|The single staircase is suspended on a single rod over six floors|White clad interiors reflect the light from the atriums around the space|Folds in the fins give strength as well as decorative embellishment||
15 Jul 2014

Siemens’ office by Sheppard Robson

Words by James McLachlan

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