menu

Architect Selgas Cano’s Hidden Forest Office

Architect Selgas Cano’s Hidden Forest Office
Design
Claudia Cukrov
  • 6 may 2009


Spanish architecture firm Selgas Cano recently unveiled their new office in Madrid.  Located within a forest,  the tube-like structure is half-sunken into the ground, giving the illusion of complete isolation.  A large window runs the entire length of the structure and forms part of the roof, ensuring workers a panoramic view of the surrounding woods.   The office is entered via a partially-hidden stairwell and has retractible shutters at the end of the structure.  Selgas Cano’s design is seen here photographed by world-renowned dutch architecture photographer Iwan Baan.

[Via ArchDaily & OunoDesign]

+#design
+Architect
+Design
+Environmental / Green
+Europe
+Latin America
+work
Trending

Wearable Serves As A Digital Guide For People With Visual Impairments

Baby Boomers
NEW TREND REPORT


RETAIL SNAPSHOT IN LA

A neighborhood-by-neighborhood guide to the city's retail experiments.

DOWNLOAD TODAY

PSFK EVENTS


PSFK 2017 Conference

Ranked #1 of the Most Innovative Conferences of 2016 by Inc. Magazine


BUY YOUR TICKETS, MAY 19

Financial Services Yesterday
Arts & Culture Yesterday
No search results found.