Inspired by Sauerbruch Hutton Architects of their research laboratory building in Germany. The facade of the building uses a simple volume with a glass skin onto which a pattern has been printed. As the sun moves, the buildings
Based on the precedent of A’Beckett Tower and comparison between warm and cool colours. In general, warm coloured pigments achieve a higher chrome and a lighter value than the cool complementary colours. The warm colours capture people’s attention and stand out from the cool background.
Below is the precedent used for this project. The pharmacological research laboratories (Böhringer Pharma KG) is designed by Sauerbruch Hutton Architects in Germany.
The building looks like an inhabited painting consists of a simple volume with a glass skin onto which a polychromatic pattern has been printed. This treatment gives the building its own scale and a surprising sculptural quality, as well as a striking and lively contemporary image that sets the building apart from its peers.