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NEW OFFICE, CLICHY-BATIGNOLLES, PARIS CHARTIER DALIX AND BRENAC & GONZALEZ & ASSOCIÉS


The building is part of the extremely dynamic renewal underway in the Clichy-Batignolles district, an area characterised in part by the convergence of railways leading to the Gare Saint Lazare. The “ribbon” plan offers an open facade in relation with the context of the train tracks, the street and the park. Like the Möbius ribbon, the exterior and interior spaces “interlock on all sides of the building”, enabling “easy and fluid” movement and visual continuity from the outside, from the ground floor up to the roof. The whole building is clad with enamelled terra cotta, a reference to the industrial buildings standing along the train tracks. Applied on all the facades, the skin’s appearance changes according to the direction in which the facades are facing and according to the quality of daylight and current weather conditions. Ref: 6081


NORWEGIAN GEOTECHNICAL INSTITUTE, NORWAY SCHMIDT HAMMER LASSEN


GLOBAL BUSINESS GATE, SWEDEN NCC


NCC has launched a partnering arrangement with Global Business Gate for an entirely new office project in the Masthuggskajen district in Gothenburg. Global Business Gate will be an innovative hub and a meeting place for the export industry and global specialist companies working in international business. The project consists of two buildings, totalling 40,000 m2


, that will be built on a new peninsula


stretching approximately 100 metres out into the Göta Älv river in the Masthuggskajen district in central Gothenburg. The project has been divided into two phases, in which the parties will first produce programme documentation, system documentation and project scheduling. The second phase will concentrate on continued project engineering and construction. Global Business Gate is expected to be completed in 2021. Ref: 2227


Norwegian Geotechnical Institute (NGI), Norway's largest geotechnical specialist community and a leading centre of research and consultancy, selected Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects to design a new, contemporary campus. The campus complex will comprise two new buildings linked by a common entrance area across two levels, and will make room for up to 300 employees. The largest of the two buildings has a central ‘panoptic’ space that creates visual connection and social interaction between people across floors. It will be possible to look into the advanced laboratories where NGI's vital activities unfold. According to the architects, the building’s facade and its framed openings “create great transparency, inviting sights from the outside and optimising the intake of daylight”. Roof terraces, solar panel systems and green roofs make up the building's horizontal surfaces. In addition to the advanced laboratories, the building also includes a central canteen and dining area, offices, meeting rooms, atriums, courtyards, and basement parking. The entire complex will be sustainable and viable in accord with BREEAM NOR environmental certifications that are setting new standards for sustainability. Ref: 9923


ADF FEBRUARY 2018


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