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This All-Glass Office Building in Hong Kong Reduces Energy Consumption

 - Jun 9, 2016
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133 Wai Yip Street is a truly unique all-glass office building, located in Hong Kong and designed by none other than Dutch architectural firm MVRDV, that features glass walls, glass floors and glass tables, taking the concept of transparency in business to a different level altogether.

Glass architecture is not altogether unique, but what makes the 13-floor 133 Wai Yip Street building unique is the fact that it makes use of glass but also stainless steel and white paint to make the space appear more spacious than it actually is. The facility is also equipped with massive rear facade buildings that bathe the interior in sunlight.

In addition to its striking appearance, this all-glass office also uses less energy than typical office buildings and is a true triumph in glazed architecture.