Samoo Architects have completed a building for East-West Power company that features a distinct design. As stated on DesignBoom, "the complex is distinguished by its elongated tower, which is enclosed by glass curtain walls and wrapped in horizontal shading fins."
On a sunny day the building looks quite spectacular with the backdrop of blue sky. The intention for the structure will be for workspace for employees, who will have a nice view considering the amount of glass windows placed throughout the building. Even better, much effort has been made to ensure cross ventilation happens smoothly throughout, so employees can enjoy ideal air temperatures for more heightened productivity levels. Something as small as airflow cannot be overlooked when it comes to working ability in a building.
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