An established energy company sought to build a new corporate headquarters bringing together employees from three separate buildings. Playing off the client’s extensive array of power plant location world-wide, the architects started to represent the interior design as a collective network driven off a network exchange. This led to many of the decisions related to the floorplate layout, as well as the interior spatial organization. Scale-Free Manner of Growth describes a network with an uneven distribution of connectivity and small numbers of hubs that are far more connected than other hubs. This representation manifiested itself through the environmental graphics and the detail of disparet materials within the space.
Material Used :
1. Hot rolled steel - Hempel Steel
2. Hickory Wood - Designer Woods
4. Fritted glass and Curtain Wall - City Glass
5. Dri-Design exterior metal panel - SGH
6. Pre-Cast Concrete - Enterprise