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Article Images / Geyser – leading green design
Internal faces have the reverse pattern of the glass facades.
The final forms belie the relatively few dividing lines.
The atria flood natural light into the heart of the development.
Samson has a tenancy in its own development.
The translucent facade features frit glass.
A red wall in the underground carpark evokes Auckland's fiery volcanic past.
An emphasis on glass walls in the fit-out echoes the spirit of the architecture.
Close parking bays and minimal headroom are two space-saving advantages of the facility.
This was a simple way to divide the building.
The 3-D quality of the glass facade is more easily seen from an angle. Retail windows animate the ground-floor frontage.
Article Images / Precision control
For Mainzeal, lead contractor on the green office complex Geyser, the operable twin-skin glass facade was an exciting fe...
Article Images / Leading by example
The central meeting room in the Perth ISIS office is comprised of fractured glass and framing repurposed from the old fi...
Exposed concrete floors, recycled timber and a living privacy wall combine to offer a green welcome.
Casual seating hugs the perimeter windows.
Entering the offices from the lifts to the left, the core stretches ahead to the outdoor area at the rear. Desking is se...
In the communal area, circular conversation pits provide additional meeting spaces. A pool table contributes to the info...
The breakout area looks to exterior decks and back towards the central core.
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