The U.S. company Pallotta TeamWorks charity events, approached Clive Wilkinson Architects with the proposal to design a new headquarters for them with a minimal budget. This should be available within a warehouse have purchased especially for the new facility. The result was a city of shipping containers, together horizontally or vertically, creating “islands” that contain different programmed and delivered to each its own identity.
The central tower consists of three stacked containers is the “executive tower” and the flow occurs naturally between her and the other islands and city streets. The furniture created especially for your specific application, the strong colors of the walls, water sources and the large amount of open space create an inspiring place to work.
The structure of the house is virtually no intervention, only have skylights in the ceiling, delivering natural light into space by reducing the need for artificial lighting. The design received the award for best design AIA by creating a different workspace, and energy efficient building with a very low budget.
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