Office and Industry

Arcelor Mittal' HQ


ART & Build worked in close cooperation with the AOS practice in designing this office building for ARCELOR-MITTAL, following a competition. The building stands on piles above a cellar with a long history of industrial occupation and also to create possible additional space should the company wish to expand. This area was in fact very quickly put to use to create a cafeteria and conference room, even before the site was completed. The metal structure and facades are designed to reinforce the identity of the company’s business focus.

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Council of Europe - Agora Building


In this case the clear identification of the occupant enabled the architects to draw on the image and prestige of the institution, at the same time providing optimal, day-to-day functionality. Six building sections were erected under the large iconic roofline, with the atria and gardens between them. Designed to be a living and communication space as well as a place of work, the structure includes offices, conference rooms, cafeteria, bar, print room, archive space and a crèche.

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