Port of Brisbane Office Building
If you see a building raised on stilts in a waterside area, the first reaction is always to think that this has been done for flood protection. But, in the case of the new Port of Brisbane Office Building in Brisbane, Australia, the explanation is much simpler. Architect Thomson Adsett raised the three storey building by approximately one storey in order to allow occupants to benefit from the view.
Architect ThomsonAdsett Location Brisbane - Australia Company involved 3A Composites (ALUCOBOND® White 16) Website www.alucobond.com
Steel Hall In Heddesheim
There can be few more colourful buildings than the factory building that Helwig & Helwig Architekten has designed in Heddesheim, Germany. Its client is a digital printing company which is known for the strong and durable colours it employs in the prints that it transfers onto items such as T-shirts , so it made sense to reflect this in the design of the building.
Architect Helwig & Helwig Architekten Location Heddesheim - Germany Company involved ThyssenKrupp Steel Website http://www.thyssenkrupp-steel-europe.com
Chatterley Valley Blue Planet Distribution Centre
If you think you know what a warehouse looks like, even a quick glimpse at the Chatterley Valley Blue Planet distribution warehouse in Newcastle-under-Lyme, North Staffordshire, will confound your expectations. Where most warehouses are rectilinear this one is sinuously curved; where most are of a single dull colour, this one is clad in stripes and different shades of green.
Architect Chetwood Architects Location Newcastle-under-Lyme - UK Company involved Tata Steel Website http://www.colorcoat-online.com