Buildings for Industry and Trade
Work in organized form is as old as mankind, and building for work is the most important task next to building residential buildings.
Building places to work in is a major operational emphasis of Mandel Architects. In the industrial sector these are buildings for production and storage, which place the most diverse demands upon the architecture. Precise understanding of the specialized processes and procedures in the buildings is a basic prerequisite. The adaptation to new demands rarely comes about without changes in the construction.
To make the most of a building space, it is best if it is as free of supports as possible. Daylight is only permissible if it is not blinding or there is no glare. The successful design of the mostly large buildings demands close attentiveness and expertise.