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    1861 International Drive
    Tysons corner, Virginia 166,000 s.f.

    An existing site permit granted for a retail building was to be retained in the design of a new class A office building. A great curved curtain wall, extending two floors above the roof gives the building a greater presence on a prominent corner site. The 'sprung' flat wall enables an apparently curved building to have a very regular, orthogonal floor plate. The building itself rests on a poured-in-place concrete podium concealing three levels of underground parking.

    Project executed while an Associate at Ai Architects.
  • CLOSE

    1861 International Drive
    Tysons corner, Virginia 166,000 s.f.

    An existing site permit granted for a retail building was to be retained in the design of a new class A office building. A great curved curtain wall, extending two floors above the roof gives the building a greater presence on a prominent corner site. The 'sprung' flat wall enables an apparently curved building to have a very regular, orthogonal floor plate. The building itself rests on a poured-in-place concrete podium concealing three levels of underground parking.

    Project executed while an Associate at Ai Architects.
  • CLOSE

    1861 International Drive
    Tysons corner, Virginia 166,000 s.f.

    An existing site permit granted for a retail building was to be retained in the design of a new class A office building. A great curved curtain wall, extending two floors above the roof gives the building a greater presence on a prominent corner site. The 'sprung' flat wall enables an apparently curved building to have a very regular, orthogonal floor plate. The building itself rests on a poured-in-place concrete podium concealing three levels of underground parking.

    Project executed while an Associate at Ai Architects.
  • CLOSE

    1861 International Drive
    Tysons corner, Virginia 166,000 s.f.

    An existing site permit granted for a retail building was to be retained in the design of a new class A office building. A great curved curtain wall, extending two floors above the roof gives the building a greater presence on a prominent corner site. The 'sprung' flat wall enables an apparently curved building to have a very regular, orthogonal floor plate. The building itself rests on a poured-in-place concrete podium concealing three levels of underground parking.

    Project executed while an Associate at Ai Architects.