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Vodafone headquarters by Barbosa & Guimaraes

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Portuguese photographer [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] has sent us his photos of the new headquarters for mobile phone brand Vodafone in Porto, designed by architects [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] of Matosinhos in Portugal.

Called Oporto Vodafone Building, the project has a faceted concrete shell with angular windows.

The architects aimed to create a sense of movement and irregularity.

The building has eight floors, three of which are underground.

The ground floor comprises a shop, cafe and entrance hall.

Offices are located on the remaining storeys above ground, with
parking and training facilities housed in the subterranean floors.

Photographs are copyright [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and used with permission. [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.].

Here’s some text from the architects:

In July 2006, when we were invated to the new building competition,
through the media, radio, television and newspapers we could notice the
following slogan: “VODAFONE LIFE, LIFE IN MOTION.”

This sentence reflects the attitude and philosophy of Vodafone.

We believe that the new building should be faithful to this idea,
adopting a dynamic image, conveying the sense of movement, challenging
the static.

Seeking inspiration from painting, sculpture, photography, arts
which had already faced this dilemma, the office building, designed
usually linear, begins to become an irregular body, out of balance,
with many faces in motion.

The formalization of this concept is based on the concrete, which
through its plasticity, allows to create irregular and free-form
shapes, working both as a structural solution and exterior appearence,
creating a unique shape, a monolithic building, bringing cohesion and
unity to the set.

The technical complexity of the building leads to a periphery
structural solution, a shell of concrete, like an egg, reducing
internal support to the two stairwells and three central pillars,
allowing great versatility in its interior space use.

Functionally, the building has eight floors working three as underground.

On the ground floor, in addition to the auditorium, we have a store facing the Boavista Avenue, the cafeteria and office acess.

In the four upper floors appears the offices working as open-space with an accessible terrace.

In the underground, the floors -3 and -2, are working as car parking
facilities and the -1 floor is occupied by technical areas and training

Posted by Rose Etherington from dezeen.com

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