Building Design Amazing Cube Shaped Orthogonal Orange by architect Jakob + Macfarlane

Orthogonal Building Design View by architect Jakob and Macfarlane

Here is a stunning building design orthogonal cube-shaped orange by architect Jakob + Macfarlane. The building was designed as a (cubic) orthogonal where a giant hole carved, providing solutions for lighting, air movement and scenery. The hole creates a vacuum that was stabbed by drunk to adjust the horizontal pattern of the river side inward and upward through the roof terrace. Cube it self, in addition to the hall, designed from the concrete pole at 5 levels and generate space and the relationship between buildings and their users. Curved structure connecting the two elements of the architecture and create a double height space that protects the inside of the building. The second form of architecture, one of the ellipse, forming a diagonal relationship to the corner. This produces a large atrium in the depth of the volume, surrounded by a series of corridors to connect to the office platform. This creates a very dynamic relationship with the change in geometry of the building in accordance with the position of spectator. In addition, Jakob + Macfarlane Architect has chosen orange as the color of exterior building makes reference to the lead based paint is often used for port zones in an effort to prevent from corrosion. Are you interested in building design stunning orthogonal cube-shaped orange by architect Jakob + Macfarlane? For more details, let’s look at the pictures below and hope you are inspired after seeing it.

Orange Cube View by architect Jakob and Macfarlane

Orange elliptical View by architect Jakob + Macfarlane

Front view Orthogonal by architect Jakob + Macfarlane

Corridors View by architect Jakob + Macfarlane

Entrance Orthogonal View by architect Jakob + Macfarlane

Sketch drawing Orthogonal by architect Jakob + Macfarlane

Top Sketch drawing Orthogonal by architect Jakob + Macfarlane
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