Over the past several years, numerous national and international firms have settled in Poznan; therefore, there is great demand for office space and high pressure on developers to make a mark architecturally and thereby distinguish themselves from competitors.
A particularly sensational example of this is the Jet Office building, which the local architectural office Insomia built at the intersection of two main transport axes in the north of the city. The plot’s unique shape demanded a special approach to design in order to optimally utilize floor areas. Normally, office buildings have a central access core and a regular support grid offset from the exterior walls to assure maximum flexibility in the distribution of spaces and facades. However, apart from one single internal row of supports, the reinforced concrete structure of the Jet Office is arranged peripherally.
- LocationPoznan, Poland
- ArchitectInsomia, Poznań, Poland
- BuilderPPHU Masterm, arnowo Podgórne, Poland
- PartnerGreśkiewicz PHU, Bydgoszcz, Poland
- PhotographerPaweł Ulatowski c/o ARES, Walerianowo, Poland