Lower bounded by three streets and a main street that leads down to the beach Auckland, institutional building for Telecom seeks to establish a scale and a modulation in response to the surrounding context. Originally conceived as four separate buildings crisscrossed by a series of passageways and an open central square. But the design was modified to satisfy the customer, who ordered a flexible workspace for 1,500 employees, connecting the different floors and maximizing the long-term flexibility.
By linking the buildings through a glass atrium, the four volumes retain the original concept to the street through their borders and maintain their independent vertical circulations, but deliver an active interior and large scale, as the client wanted. Public access is through this space was specially commissioned by Telecom, for better relationship with the community and customers.
A new plaza to the east, forms the main access point and provides an important part of public space. High levels of transparency are gaining importance to interior walls and the network of walkways that give a unique central space. Is a continuous delivery into the street shade and shelter for pedestrians on the perimeter and introduced to the plaza above the main entrance.
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