|||||||||A 1930s factory provides a soulful HQ for two architectural institutions|A former electrical powerstation, the building dates back to the 1930s|The central stair connects three floors of offices housed in the former electrical silos|Sunlight streams into the first-floor meeting rooms through large industrial windows|Glazed walls separate the Order of Aquitaine Architects’ offices|The building’s soffits are encased in galvanised steel|The architects’ training centre in the new extension|The extension’s inversed double-sloping roof||

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