Petra Appelhof|Petra Appelhof|Petra Appelhof|Petra Appelhof|Petra Appelhof|Petra Appelhof||Original skylights flood the reception and social space with natural light|The ground-floor hall, a multi-purpose space for lectures or socialising|IMd’s “playground”, a first-floor level linked by bridges and staircases|The opaque plastic used for walls suit the building’s industrial heritage|Spaces are unified by flashes of yellow – perfect for construction engineers|The former steelworks has retained its hangar-like appearance||
16 Jan 2012

IMd by Ector Hoogstad Architects

Words by James McLachlan

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