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Perforated metal facade by Architecture 00. Designed to eventually become a framework for climbing plants.
Reflecting NatureSited near Lake Geneva against the backdrop of the Alps, the JTI Building draws inspiration from the stunning natural beauty of its surroundings. The office building rises 51 meters at its highest point, with a glass facade designed to provide its occupants with inspiring views of the lake and mountains. The facade is composed of triangular glass panels—each 4.2 meters high by 3 meters wide—set at alternating angles across each face of the building. Viewed from the…
Fachada Textil, Estadio San Mamés
The building’s key architectural feature is the exterior louvers constructed of 3mm-thick perforated aluminum panels arranged in a tessellated origami pattern. The folded facade was designed to screen the glazing along the sides of the building from the sun.