The facade of this project aims to transform solar energy into electricity via panels that generate a unique edge in the building. Its exterior walls are designed as a continuous wave of glass panels folded and conceptual planning resulted in more than 350 different patterns of cut glass. The perimeter of each plant varies then with the progress and setbacks in each surface.
On the ground floor, facing north, he set a reception with high ceilings and an auditorium, plus include a panoramic restaurant overlooking the gardens that surround it. From the second to the seventh level, there are research rooms, and eighth are the executive offices.
To present a clear picture, bright and clear the building and to introduce the green inside the glass walls are complemented by mobile vertical blinds to prevent direct light from the north. The spaces along the undulating facade were for resting places and meeting spaces that are just gave greater freedom to use effectively couple the wall irregular spaces left on each floor.
There are 5 photos in this Neo Solar Power Corporation by J. J. Pan & Partners blog post. Follow the thumbnail below to view all 5 high-res photos.
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