The Origami Office

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The Origami office has a particular and innovative architectural structure in which the ADL systems have found the perfect location, bringing a high value to the project…

The Origami Office

Town/Country
Tel Aviv / Israel

Architect
Tal Goldsmith Fish design studio

Photo
Amit Geron

The Origami office has a particular and innovative architectural structure in which the ADL systems have found the perfect location, bringing a high value to the project. Each office was positioned in linear succession on a portion of the room, leaving the common areas in the adjacent space.
The single Mies wall in aluminum glass marks the boundary between the two different areas and allows one to pass from one room to the other. The spaces are divided to ensure the privacy, but, at the same time, they are connected to each other, thanks to the transparent glass that allows the maximum visibility and the constant passage of light. In this innovative project, the ADL glass wall solution was created in a particular way: the structure alternates linear portions with diagonal portions, giving life to walls that are never orthogonal to each other, almost simulating the fascinating aesthetics of origami.
This is a new way of dividing spaces that originates a play of shapes, transparencies and reflections that make it difficult to determine where one room begins and where another one ends.

ADL Design The Origami Office
ADL Design The Origami Office
ADL Design The Origami Office
ADL Design The Origami Office
ADL Design The Origami Office
ADL Design The Origami Office
ADL Design The Origami Office
ADL Design The Origami Office
ADL Design The Origami Office
ADL Design The Origami Office
ADL Design The Origami Office
ADL Design The Origami Office
ADL Design The Origami Office