I Love Modern Architecture – Leonardo Glass Cube by 3deluxe: Bad Driburg, Germany

How sweet is this glass building? The Leonardo Glass Cube is a glass-fronted building in Bad Driburg, Germany designed by 3Deluxe. The integrative design concept combines architecture, interior design and landscape design into a complex aesthetic structure which was built in May of 2007. The glass facade allows the Leonardo Glass Cube to interplay with the surrounding landscape. The pavilion features six metre high frame-less glass panels, fitted with disc springs to reduce stress from wind pressure. Inside, a view of a generous open space with an undulating white wall opens up to visitors. The open floor plan layout of the clearly designed and multi-functional Leonardo building enables an integrative linkage of product presentation zones, seminar and meeting rooms, inspiring work areas and a lot more besides across a total area of 1,200 square meters.

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