Iwan Baan|Iwan Baan|Iwan Baan|Iwan Baan||Cemal Emden||||Rex architecture race to design a media and fashion centre in Turkey|Building within a building: the Vakko project took six months from start to finish|The skeleton frame of an abandoned hotel project, which became the basis of the Vakko build|Wafer thin X-shapes strengthen the glass without obscuring the interior|A series of steel boxes, configured on site, forms the core of the build|Hall of mirrors displays elements of the interior with an abstract quality|Mirrored surfaces throughout the building reference the fashion side of Vakko|Steel frames of the canted box structure||
18 Aug 2010

Vakko’s HQ by Rex architecture

Words by James McLachlan

Editor’s picks

A historic Milanese palace is transformed into a sleek, contemporary workplace by m2atelier

The role of artwork in the workplace and its impact on our wellbeing

Finland welcomes new design festival to Helsinki

Shim-Sutcliffe Architects and Atelier Ace bring a new vision of Toronto to life with Ace Hotel’s first Canadian location

MoreySmith Design Clockwise’s Latest Flexible Workspace in the Historic Generator Building

Biophilic design and a sustainable approach to reuse define a new shared workspace in London

Hello Wood creates a collection of boulder-like cabins in the Hungarian countryside

Feel Good Friday: The impact of prioritising our wellbeing on our creativity

MullenLowe Group’s new airy reception and cafe

Instagram





Workplace | Design | Architecture