Monochrome themed office design for Sanibell’s HQ
Oud-Beijerland-based architectural practice, RoosRos Architecten, has designed the Sanbibell HQ project. Completed in 2014, the striking contemporary headquarter including office building and a storage unit for Sanibell, manufacturer of quality ceramic hygiene ware, is located in Oud-Beijerland, The Netherlands.
The sleek office design of the building is enhanced, inside and out, with the careful use of a black and white colour scheme.
With an appearance of being constructed from stacked white blocks, edged in black, the immaculate façade of the building is an ideal representation of the Sanibell philosophy and product repertoire. However, the closed off exterior is not without character – a straight edged water reservoir at the front of the building gives the illusion that the building is floating.
“The carefully designed exterior gives the building the appearance of being constructed from stacked modules that appear to be floating on water that skirts the front of the offices,” says Sander Rosfrom RoosRos Architecten.
“The interior of the building is an unexpected contrast to the exterior, with structural elements left bare and exposed, yet the black and white colour scheme continues to demand an outstanding level of finish – particularly on the free-form helical staircase by EeStairs which acts as the centrepiece of the office space.
The building is comprised of two main areas, a 500m2 office space and 1,500m2 storage hall providing an extremely attractive workspace which is underpinned by a focus on functionality.
Images courtesy of the architects
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