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The office block, designed to accommodate small companies, features a brightly colored, undulating facade and acrylic walls, with the main seating area positioned within a transparent orange tunnel. Behind the tunnel is an event space where the building’s occupants can organize lectures, performances, film screenings, workshops and meetings. The centerpiece of this space is a large U-shaped meeting table that can be elevated out of the way when not in use.

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Offices are distributed across two floors and separated with bubble-like plastic partitions. Their size varies from small areas that can accommodate up to five people, to bigger spaces for 20 people. The front of the building is occupied by a canteen-like restaurant that can also be used as an informal workspace.

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Photos by Iwan Baan