Jim Ernst|Jim Ernst|Rob de Jong, SAPh|||Yushi Uehara’s Shaken Office scheme, designed in 2001, was only completed this year due to changes in the property market|Innovation within the rigidity of modernism|The interior is configured to maximise the floor space available to the companies that occupy it|Despite having different exterior shapes, the geometry of the two buildings is complementary, and the interior floor plans are identical||

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