The NIK building is an attractive minimalist architectural piece that comes from Atelier Thomas Pucher & Alfred Bramberger.
Although it's not massive, the NIK building takes on a "less is more" approach which works wonderfully well to its advantage. The structure takes on a rectangular shape with a cubist cut-out aesthetic. NIK is made entirely from aluminum, metal, steel and glass, giving it a glimmering, shiny look during the day. It's a wonderfully executed modern piece that, while simple in nature, doesn't take away from its attractiveness. The interior contains white furniture and glass panels which help bring out natural lighting, making the environment feel more welcoming.
The NIK building is an impressive workspace that plays with an open concept well. The structure is located in Graz, Austria.
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