The design by Massimo Pica Ciamarra and partners has designed a cell suspended below the first floor of the skyscraper.
This metal structure was established in the building previously with the concept of suspension. It doesn't lie on the ground but is visible from the escalator from ground level.
The interior design project, designed by architect Paolo Portoghesi, proposes the creation of a Conference Room meant to achieve the effect of dialogue, where those who take the floor feels the same plane than someone who is behind the Chair.
The choice of using precious materials such as rosewood, has combined the wealth of design to quality of materials.
Italian Contribution to the project
Picalarga focused firstly on the detailed design of construction and then made all the wooden structures of the new hall.
The pews were made out of Oak with a foldaway desk, covered with leather, complete with audiovisual equipment and wiring installation.
Then realized the lining of the walls with a wood milled paneling design mounted to improve sound and sound-proofing of all internal fixtures, doors, fire resistance doors upto 60 minutes and acoustic doors of cabins for translation and directing.
The brass chandelier and stained resumes a curved angle of the room, and is characterized by the dome-shape with helical beams with double curvatures and the cummerbund of staves in pear wood.
The staircase leading to the Conference room is made of three centers and is lined with concave convex shaped treads in rosewood with panels composed of curved sides. External cylindrical shaped alucobond cladding resumes lined in rosewood.
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