Productive Cooperative Union is a mixed-use development located close to one of world wonders, the Great Pyramids. This building has been designed for dismantling, which means it can be dissembled/rearranged according to the occupant’s needs. this project won A’ Design Award & Competition in Italy in Architecture, Building and Structure Design category.
This building features 5 levels: ground and first floor plan is designed as the main entrance of the building, commercial unit, seminar hall, and maybe training classes. The 2nd to 4th floor is designed to be exhibition hall, offices, and administrative spaces for rent. The top level a.k.a roof floor is designed to be cafés and restaurants to serve building’s users.
Designer : Sameh Farid
Productive Cooperative Union has been designed as a green building, all spaces can be reached by natural lighting, including ventilation by adding a courtyard in the middle of it. It features glass curtain walls in facades to led the refraction of the sun’s rays enter the building freely.
This project aims to become a landmark next to the Great Pyramids, it features irregular triangle curtain walls with beige stone cladding in facades, identifying the blocks used in the pyramids.
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Productive Cooperative Union Building by Sameh Farid is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design