Headquarters In France Features Modern And Literal Interpretation Of Green Design

Office 64 de IHabitat, Bayonne, France, Patrick Arotcharen Architecte, Photography Vincent Monthiers
The headquarters for French housing association Office 64 de l’Habitat in Bayonne is both a modern and literal interpretation of green design. Patrick Arotcharen Architecte describes, “It is both discrete and significant, re-interpreting the codes of public architecture.” The building utilizes a plethora of materials to achieve its stunning design including glass, timber, concrete, and iridescent aluminum composite panels.

Stunning Iridescent Home In Austria Uses High Performance Lumiflon FEVE Resin Technology

CoMED, a2 architekten, Vienna, Austria, Alucobond Spectra Galaxy Blue, Hertha Hurnaus Photography
In Vienna, Austria, design duo Andrea Daemon and Andreas Doser of ad2 architekten ZT have designed the impressive CoMED private residence. The home is immediately eye-catching as its construction features a series of abstracted geometric shapes. The addition to the home’s unusual angular shape, a prismatic aluminum composite material was used to fully construct the exterior. Alucobond’s Spectra Galaxy Blue was chosen to provide a modern, iridescent alternative to traditional residential building materials.