The Helix building, a design by Wiegerinck Architects, takes its name from the structure of DNA, the double helix. The helix shape – two strands twisted around each other – is mirrored in the building’s design in the form of four high atria that revolve around a central core. These atria accommodate meeting and conference rooms, creating an interesting spatial system that invites movement.
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Project: Wageningen University & research, Helix Building
Architect / Designer: Wiegerinck Architecten
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