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Reebok World Headquarters NBBJ

Ojeda, Oscar Riera (Edited by); Joseph Giovanninni (Introduction by)

Published by Images Publishing, Mulgrave, Australia, 2002
Condition: vg Hardcover
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Oblong quarto. 237, [17]pp. Original photo-illustrated dust-jacket over blue cloth with red and white lettering on spine and front cover. O'Connor was selected as part of a joint venture to build Reebok's New World Headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts. O'Connor Constructors gave Reebok strong local presence and depth of experience. The project, presented in this work, demonstrated outstanding cooperation between the firms. The stunning result is a 520,000 square-foot office complex consisting of four office buildings which include 286,000 square-feet of corporate office space, conference space, seminar rooms and training facilities, biomechanical labs, advertising and design studios, showrooms, executive offices, computer/telecommunications room, security center, a fitness/recreation center complete with aerobics studios, an indoor basketball court, locker rooms, reception areas, lounges and a kitchen and cafeteria. Additional features include a soccer field, running track, and basketball and tennis courts, a softball field and two parking garages to accommodate 1,200 vehicles. The entry area features an expansive curved and angled corridor, a perfect place to exhibit an impressive collection of sports memorabilia. This work is profusely illustrated throughout with numerous b/w and color photographic reproductions, architectural drawings and floor plans. Minor shelf wear. Dust-jacket, binding and interior in overall very good condition. NBBJ Architects innovative design expresses the image and energy of Reebok. A key element is the unique glass circulation spine. The arc-shaped spine connects the four office buildings, creating a 'Main Street' that serves as a backbone of the building. 51,000 SF of articulated glass window wall is supported by a custom tensioned cable curtain wall system. Bookseller Inventory # 34217

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Title: Reebok World Headquarters NBBJ

Publisher: Images Publishing, Mulgrave, Australia

Publication Date: 2002

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:vg

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Edition: First edition.

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