Gallery: Multi-Hued Kuggen Building (the Cog) Features A Rotating Photo...

 
The dramatic facade is shaped like a cog wheel or the saw-tooth profile of a leaf. The triangular shaped windows let in light where it is needed most, which is at the ceiling, so daylight can penetrate into the center of the building.

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  1. AlexH March 10, 2015 at 10:06 am

    We wish it included a coffee shop. It was meant to, but this promise never materialised. As a result of this, the bottom floor is only used for gatherings and some presentations; 98% of the time it is a stone-floored desert, abandoned by all life except for a single receptionist.

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