• Schmidt Hammer Lassen Completes Shanghai Start-Up Incubator Job

    18 October 2016

    Schmidt Hammer Lassen architects have finished the transformation of an office building in Shanghai into an innovation incubator for high-technology start-ups.  

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    The 1,977m2 building is in the Caohejing Hi-Tech Park. The conversion is a pilot project by the park. The Schmidt Hammer Lassen architects proposal was to clad the rendered concrete facade in a corrugated and perforated aluminium skin coated with polyester powder. The new façade lets the most daylight in, gives the occupants the best view out, allows greater insulation and hides the newly integrated services paraphernalia. Inside, the proposal was to create a new atrium leading through the middle that gives better views and lets in more daylight.

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