Gurkan Akay|Gurkan Akay|Gurkan Akay|Gurkan Akay|Gurkan Akay||||The central courtyard at night overlooked on three sides by offices|The large atrium features a staircase made from locally-sourced chestnut|The majority of the workspaces are left open plan for maximum flexibility|A cuboid meeting pod sticks out over the courtyard, while a large screen allows the space to be used as an open-air cinema|The glazed ground floor restaurant, which opens out onto the central courtyard|Axonometric plan of the project|The building’s front entrance. Note the curved wall below the main structure, which doubles as an exhibition space||

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