The company Novartis will soon be opening its headquarters in Sydney, and the design for the building is certainly memorable.
The architecture is done by the office 'HDR | Rice Daubney,' and "the scheme is distinguished by two main formally contrasting components: an elevated glass-clad building volume, and a series of full-height curving wood walls," according to DesignBoom. The building certainly has a memorable look, even when looking at it from a distance. The curved wood walls especially make it stand out, and will also help workers enjoy coming in every morning. Moreover, because there is a significant amount of glass for the walls, ample sunlight will be able to flood through.
The Novartis headquarters will be a distinct building in Sydney.
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