Monday, May 05, 2008

Powerlight office

Photovoltaic integrated building systems specialist Powerlight brought in Leger Wanaselja Architecture to redesign their growing company into shedlike zones. Above is the conference room built from recycled blue acrylic panels. Here's how they did it:
"We stenciled a typical photovoltaic cell pattern on the panels. The structural ribs are shaped marine grade plywood and finished with natural oils. The translucent conference room has a shimmering, jewel box quality. Because of the blue tint and the multiple layers of acrylic, the color and opacity change dramatically throughout the day and with changing lighting."
They also produced a very intriguing bookshelf design which you can see at Bookshelf.
Via Offbeat Homes

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