Persis Office Building
Office Building and Landscape design

Persis Building is a 18,000 m2 office building (10,000m2 above grade) with adaptable office spaces providing possibilities for diverse tenants - from high-tech companies to medical industry businesses (incl. clean rooms).

 

The challenging topography as well as a non standard triangular site required spreading the building along the Hartom street - creating an opportunity for northern light and vistas for the offices as well as a moderation of the topographical aspect. The massing strategy gave rise to the activation of the plinth with new pedestrian flows.

 

Through an in-depth urban analysis, the design has challenged the restriction of 4 floors height-limitation and suggested instead a mass with 8 levels, a design decision, which was later accepted and supported by the city.

 

The project investigates the relation between a long horizontal plinth and the verticality of its tower - A sunken enclosed courtyard and the exposed vertical mass above it.

 

In order to break the mass, the building is defined through 3 vertical layers  emphasising a slimmer and elegant office building.

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ShaGa Studio is an architecture practice based in London and Tel-Aviv. ShaGa Studio inclusive methodology strives towards architecture which 

consolidates a wide spectrum of disciplines, from architecture and urbanism to civil engineering, environmental and material design. @ All Rights Reserved.

 

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