Aníbal Building, Bernardes Arquitetura, office building, perforated facade, Rio de Janeiro, green architecture, aluminium facade, natural light, skylights, glass walls, concrete

The open-plan floors of the building are supported by concrete waffle slabs, peripheral columns and load-bearing walls. All the installations and structural elements are distributed along the perimeter of the building.

Aníbal Building, Bernardes Arquitetura, office building, perforated facade, Rio de Janeiro, green architecture, aluminium facade, natural light, skylights, glass walls, concrete

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The facade of the building comprises three different layers-a lattice of perforated aluminium, a green buffer and soundproof windows. It semi-transparent quality allows natural light into the interior and is aided by a large skylight. The library is separated by glass partitions that filter in daylight.

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Photos by Leonardo Finotti