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Leonardo Glass Cube | 3deluxe

The grounds of the glaskoch corporation, which has been run by the founding family for five generations and distributes innovative high-grade glass and gift articles under the “Leonardo” brand name world-wide, now boast striking corporate architecture. Since the official inauguration on 24 May 2007 it now forms a central element in the brand’s overall communicative presence. As an atmospheric brandworld, the Leonardo Glass Cube conveys to guests and the staff alike the company’s philosophy and visions in an inspiring manner. The open floor plan layout of the clearly designed and multi-functional Leonardo building enables an integrative linkage of product presentation zones, seminar and meeting rooms, inspiring work areas and a lot more besides across a total area of 2,900 square meters.

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Cube Architecture

This is the year of the cube and modern cubism in design and architecture according to The Trend Report 2011 by Jeremy Gutsche.  These volumes have always been in fashion, especially in architecture; check out these cool designs of cube architecture in major buildings by world-renowned architectural offices such as SANAA, OMA, Oppenheim, PTW Architects, 3XN Architects, 3deluxe, BIG Architects, NL Architects, Jun Mitsui & Associates Architects, Orange Architects, JAKOB + MACFARLANE ARCHITECTS and Bercy Chen Studio LP.

However, the leader of this ‘cube’ design revolution was no other than the great master Mies Van Der Rohe who brought a whole new meaning to the cube and designs associated with it, whether they were industrial or architectural designs. Enjoy, the ones which we’ve selected for you as past projects, and lets just wait and see what this 2011 trend will bring!

 

Image credits »> 3XN Architects International Architectural Competition for New HQ in Berlin, 1st prize /// (C) render:  3XN Architects

Image credits »> 3XN Architects International Architectural Competition for New HQ in Berlin, 1st prize /// (C) render: 3XN Architects

Image credits »> 3XN Architects International Architectural Competition for New HQ in Berlin, 1st prize /// (C) render: 3XN Architects

Image credits »> Block 19 Mixed-use, Bercy Chen Studio LP /// (C) Bercy Chen Studio LP

Image credits »> Block 19 Mixed-use, Bercy Chen Studio LP /// (C) Bercy Chen Studio LP

Image credits »> Cube by Oppenheim /// (C) Oppenheim

Image credits »> Cube by Oppenheim /// (C) Oppenheim

Image credits »> Leonardo Glass Cube by 3deluxe /// (C) 3deluxe

Image credits »> Leonardo Glass Cube by 3deluxe /// (C) 3deluxe

Image credits »> Leonardo Glass Cube by 3deluxe /// (C) 3deluxe

Image credits »> OMA Designed MahaNakhon Tower /// (C) render: OMA

Image credits »> OMA Designed MahaNakhon Tower /// (C) render: OMA

Image credits »> OMA Designed MahaNakhon Tower /// (C) render: OMA

Image credits »> Taipei Performing Arts Center - NL Architects /// (C) NL Architects

Image credits »> Taipei Performing Arts Center - NL Architects /// (C) NL Architects

Image credits »> TED Cube Building in Taiwan, BIG Architects /// (C) render:  BIG Architects

Image credits »> TED Cube Building in Taiwan, BIG Architects /// (C) render: BIG Architects

Image credits »> Watercube, The National Aquatics Center by PTW Architects /// (C) PTW Architects

Image credits »> Watercube, The National Aquatics Center by PTW Architects /// (C) PTW Architects

Image credits »> Watercube, The National Aquatics Center by PTW Architects /// (C) PTW Architects

Image credits »> Watercube, The National Aquatics Center by PTW Architects /// (C) PTW Architects

Image credits »> Watercube, The National Aquatics Center by PTW Architects /// (C) PTW Architects

Image credits »> The Cube, Sin El Fil Lebanon by Orange Architects /// (C) render:  Orange Architects

Image credits »> The Cube, Sin El Fil Lebanon by Orange Architects /// (C) render: Orange Architects

Image credits »> The Ice Cubes  Jun Mitsui & Associates Architects /// (C)  Jun Mitsui & Associates Architects

Image credits »> The Ice Cubes Jun Mitsui & Associates Architects /// (C) Jun Mitsui & Associates Architects

Image credits »> The New Museum of Contemporary Art by Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa - SANAA /// (C) Dean Kaufman

Image credits »> The New Museum of Contemporary Art by Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa - SANAA /// Image via Businessweek

Image credits »> The Orange Cube, JAKOB + MACFARLANE ARCHITECTS /// (C) JAKOB + MACFARLANE ARCHITECTS

Image credits »> The Orange Cube, JAKOB + MACFARLANE ARCHITECTS /// (C) JAKOB + MACFARLANE ARCHITECTS

Image credits »> The Orange Cube, JAKOB + MACFARLANE ARCHITECTS /// (C) JAKOB + MACFARLANE ARCHITECTS

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Deutscher «Bau des Jahres» 2012: Firmenzentrale von Kaffee Partner, Osnabrück

Der deutsche «Bau des Jahres» 2012 ist die Firmenzentrale von Kaffee Partner, Osnabrück. Die organisch geschwungene Firmenzentrale wurde entworfen von den 30 Kreativen des interdisziplinären Gestalterkollektivs 3deluxe in Wiesbaden.

Kaffee Partner hatte auf dem Gelände einer früheren britischen Kaserne in Osnabrück die Werkstatt und Logistikhalle schon von einer lokalen Ingenieurgemeinschaft planen lassen. Diese musste das interdisziplinäre Gestalterkollektiv 3deluxe mit seiner Aufsehen erregenden Firmenzentrale mit Verwaltungsbau, Vertriebszentrale, Showrooms, Lounges und Gastronomie zu einem Ganzen verbinden.

Für die organisch geschwungene Fassade liessen 3deluxe geschossübergreifende, individuell geformte Betonelemente vorhängen. Zusätzliche, räumliche Tiefe entsteht durch Deckenplatten, die in jedem Geschoss verschieden weit auskragen. Schneeweiss gestrichen, kontrastieren die Fassadenteile mit den mokka-kupferfarbenen Fensterrahmen.

Die Leser vom deutschen eMagazin wählten im Februar den Neubau von Kaffee Partner in Osnabrück zum «Bau des Jahres» 2012, dicht gefolgt vom Jüdischen Zentrum in Ulm.

Das interdisziplinäre Gestalterkollektiv 3deluxe in Wiesbaden

Das interdisziplinäre Gestalterkollektiv 3deluxe setzt seit 1992 von Wiesbaden aus wegweisende Impulse in Architektur und Innenarchitektur, Grafik- und Mediendesign: Ihre grafischen Arbeiten entfalten räumliche Wirkung, während ihren architektonischen Entwürfen Kommunikationsprinzipien zu Grunde gelegt werden.

3deluxe erweitern das absolute zu einem dynamisch prozesshaften Raum- und Bildverständnis. Neben diesem progressiven konzeptionellen Ansatz ist die charakteristische, organisch inspirierte Formensprache von 3deluxe stilprägend.

Text: Jürg Vollmer / HMQ
Foto: Emanuel Raab

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