The office aesthetic of this building in Nice is truly compelling and one-of-a-kind. The structure has been conceived through a collaboration between Nicolas Laisné Architectes and Dimitri Roussel who reversed the traditional appearance of a building, boasting an inside-out topography.
The intent behind this well-curated office aesthetic is wholesome. The designers attempted to increase employee wellbeing through architectural methods by allowing "the building [to be] completely open to its environment." As a result, the facade features various staircases, inserts of vegetation and ample outdoor room that will allow workers to complete their daily job duties out in the open.
A labyrinth of interlocking staircases, the office aesthetic also lends itself to a rather minimalist character in terms of ornamental details.
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