DIURNAL LIGHTBOX
DIURNAL LIGHTBOX

Office Building Façade Design using Fiber Optics Panel as part of the Curtain Wall System.

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DIURNAL LIGHTBOX
DIURNAL LIGHTBOX

Office Building Façade Design using Fiber Optics Panel as part of the Curtain Wall System.

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DIURNAL LIGHTBOX
DIURNAL LIGHTBOX

Façade Design. Aerial Image

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DIURNAL LIGHTBOX
DIURNAL LIGHTBOX

Office Building Façade Design using Fiber Optics Panel as part of the Curtain Wall System.

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NEW YORK CITY

DIURNAL LIGHTBOX

63 MADISON AVENUE

 

 

 

PROJECT DESIGNER |

2020 | atelier MIDE                 

A design competition for Metals in Construction Magazine. The project looks at the repositioning of an existing office building in New York City and improving views and daylight into the floorplate.

The team's approach here is the careful and surgical manipulation of the existing floorplates optimally to create "amenitized" levels throughout the building. This includes zoning the perimiter of the floors and creating porous levels of multi level connectivity for office users.

 

The newly designed Curtain Wall [Diurnal Lightbox] incorporates a "Saw Tooth" design that features Fiber Optic Panels in the Curtain Wall System. The angled facade panels allows for maximum exposure of sunlight as it tracks across the facade daily.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Architecture Design : atelier MIDE; Simpson Gumpertz & Heger