This Office Building In Brazil is Sheathed In a Latticed Layer

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Sep 6, 2016
References: leonardofinotti & dezeen
The Anibal Building is an office building in Brazil, conceived and designed by renowned local architecture firm Bernardes Arquitetura, that immediately captures the eye thanks to the fact that it features an ingenious facade that comprises as many as three distinct layers, namely a window layer, a layer of plants and a sheathing of perforated metal.

What's great about the facade that encloses this office building in Brazil is the fact that it is far more than just an aesthetic experiment, as it enables building inhabitants to benefit from reduced sound infiltration as well as increased control over natural sunlight entry.

The Anibal Building is a great example of office architecture that doesn't just obsess over being easy on the eye, but actually aims to enhance the productivity of employees through sound design.