The Euravenir Tower by LAN Architecture Has Clearly Divided Floors

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Apr 30, 2014
References: euralille & designboom
The people at LAN Architecture were the main group behind the building of the Euravenir Tower in France. The design consists of three floors, which are clearly distinguishable from the outside due to the placement of the wood and glass facade.

This building is the last piece to the first phase of a development project in the area, which aims to urbanize the general space and create more areas for offices and socialization. The bottom part of the building is set up for people to meet up and collaborate, whereas the upper areas will be used more for offices and corporate areas. While only subtly different, this design by LAN Architecture still stands out due to these distinct levels throughout the building, which can easily be seen from the streets.

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