15+ Commercial Building Elevation Design

Commercial Building Elevation Design are one of the major parts of look and feel of the building but, it’s rear to find creative design that makes you stop take a glance at the building which can either stand as an iconic structure on later stages, so we have listed down 15 unique commercial building elevation design that would stand as an identity in itself. let’s take a look…

 

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The Bad Café | NU.DE

The Facade Of bad Cafe situated in Mumbai was Designed by NUDES design studio with 25,992 recycled PVC electrical conduits creating a wave-like structure.




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Punjab Kesari Headquarters | Studio Symbiosis

Facade Designed to reduce heat gain Designed by Studio Symbiosis Architects is amidst the construction process for Punjab Kesari Headquarters, an 18,000 square meter office space in Delhi NCR, India.

Designed as a fusion of traditional Indian architecture and contemporary office space, the main objective of the project is “to reduce heat gain and optimize façade opening ratio, ensuring no artificial lighting is required on a typical day.”

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Headquarters | Apical Reform

Apical Reform’s self-designed new headquarters are distinguished by a striking slatted facade that serves dual purposes. Visually, it creates a soft fabric-like illusion as if it the entire inner structure were draped over.

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Pegasus | Vitan Architects 

A combination of metal and concrete, Pegasus is a symbol of power. Its monolithic looks have been achieved by hiding the separation between the floors with a multi-functional and very aesthetically design false façade. The two blocks of Pegasus frame the endless sky between them, adding to the imposing look of the building.

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Martin’s Cafe | Studio Ardete

Studio Ardete applies the Japanese art of origami to design a unified façade for two distinct buildings, establishing a brand identity for the client in addition to dispelling the mundane and grabbing eyeballs.

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The Park Hotel | Skidmore Owings & Merrill

The facade provides a range of transparency according to the needs of the spaces inside. Perforated and embossed metal screens over a high-performance glazing system give privacy to the hotel rooms while allowing diffused daylight to enter the interior spaces, and provides acoustic insulation from trains passing nearby.

 

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SCHOOL FACADE |  Sanjay Puri Architects

The skin of a building responds to the weather conditions as well as programmatic distribution in a building. Tailoring panels is generated using a multi-agent system developing non-linear patterns.

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A folding shell envelope  | Cadence Architects

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IMI International Management Institute Kolkata | Abin Design Studio

Nature in its various forms has always been a constant source of inspiration to man. The sky with its various states and ever changing colors is one of the most dynamic elements of nature and is what has inspired the built form façade. The colored laminate with Vanceva PVB glass on the façade follows no repetitive pattern and is symbolic of the unpredictable nature of the sky. It also represents the vibrancy of today’s youth.

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The Newtown School | Abin Design Studio

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INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY | VIR.MUELLER ARCHITECTS

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Gujarat National Law University 

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Mondeal Square | Blocher Blocher India Pvt. Ltd.

The vertical struts and horizontal panes made of white aluminum profiles serve not only for a long-range effect but also for shade.

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ABC Emporio | NU.DE

The ABC Emporio project in Kannur, India consists of a bathroom showroom which features a design created by the NU.DE architectural practice from Mumbai with a sculptural façade wrapping the front and sides with a strong geometrical motif.

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Karle Town Centre : SEZ Office Building | Merge Studio 

The facade is designed with varying modules that strive to optimize solar shading, daylighting and natural ventilation strategies. The end result is a dynamic facade that excites the senses whilst responding to its micro-climate, minimizing energy consumption and enhancing occupant comfort and experience.

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