When drawing up plans for Building C within the Highland Pointe office park, designers wanted the building to not only match the other three structures in the complex to create a campus-like atmosphere, but also blend in with the hilly terrain. To achieve this vision, earth-toned colors and curved walls were used to mimic the natural topography. The four-story Tilt-Up structure also incorporates precast panels, steel frame construction, and glazed and metal cladding for greater architectural flexibility.
Recessed entries with aluminum-clad vertical columns make a distinctive statement, and voids within the design were used to create pedestrian-friendly landscaping and water features. On the interior, curved walls matching the exterior provide a showcase for a state-of-the-art media wall, while the two-story lobby lets in ample natural light. The juxtaposition of different materials and the use of curved walls gently integrate the building into the office park.
Roseville, CA 95747
This project was a 2009 TCA Tilt-Up Achievement Award winner.
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