Leonardo Glass Cube

Significant corporate architecture was created using HI-MACS® on the site of glasskoch, the Westphalia-based company that sells and distributes glass products worldwide under the trade name 'Leonardo'. A world first was achieved on this project with a mineral material being successfully used in the construction of a facade. The material was finished in such a way that the effects of weathering would not affect its quality, resulting in a facade that is both visually and functionally captivating and sets completely new architectural benchmarks.

Leonardo Glass Cube: A building from another world

The architectural structure of the Leonardo Glass Cube consists of two contrasting elements: a geometrically stringent cuboid shell and free forms in the interior. Sculptural, white structures – so-called ‘genetics’ – link separate zones of the building to each other. The 'genetics' design motif occurs again in two-dimensional form on the glass facade: both the spectacular struts of the facade, as well as the organic columns in the interior, are manufactured from white HI-MACS® and perfectly thermally moulded to size. This free interplay of shapes creates a completely new spatial experience in and around the Leonardo Glass Cube. HI-MACS®, a material so pleasing to the touch, was also used for the tables, counters and shelving within the Lounge area. The material was also the first choice for the washroom area of the building, thanks to its visually seamless processing and its ease of care: the washstands in the Leonardo Glass Cube are lavishly designed from HI-MACS® and meet the most exacting hygiene requirements.

Leonardo Glass Cube
Leonardo Glass Cube
Location
 
Bad Driburg, Germany
Design
 
3deluxe, Germany
Fabrication
 
Rosskopf + Partner AG, Germany
Material
 
HI-MACS® Alpine White
Photo credit
 
Emanuel Raab
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