Positioned in Tokyo, Japan, Dasic Architects was created CBS Creating a floating cubes office creating from steel components. This design followed a notion of three floating cubes, stacked in the order of programmatic hierarchy. The cubes are clad in cut steel panels, which created a structural skin assisting with lateral seismic forces. The strip windows separating cubes produced a diffused up light impact suitable for a gallery and seminar space. Pod, on the other hand, is all orientated upwards. The ceiling is extruded acting as a chimney drawing warmer air from the lower floors and releasing them outdoors. The top glass roof is louvred to decrease heat intake whilst allowing in lots of light. The steel elevation panels are heavily insulated defending the developing from direct heat, plus the workplace locations benefit from the extra insulation of the Shina-gohan cladding.
Shortly following completion the client suffered a ski injury severely restricting mobility. The perform, rest and play design idea was proved by his capability to safely carry on his company and life style whilst rarely leaving the constructing.