About matrixX architectures

matrixX architectures by Peter Stasek The architectural concept matrixX architectures has been developed by the architect Peter Stasek and represents an innovative concept for architecture projects taking into account organic shapes and natural structures. Next to the progressive materials, the digital fabrication is amongst the most important creative components. The aim of this project development is not only to illustrate the materialized finished forging but also the process of idea transformation. Thus, the information of the early development stage (invisible for every viewer) and its way to realisation via several media sources will be documented and finally presented as indispensable part of the finished design. For this purpose, AR (Augmented Reality), holographic projections for visual space and structure expansion as well as audio and video surrounding concepts will be included, amongst others. The attempt to disarm the definition of borders in terms of time and space should give every viewer the possibility to explore one’s own perception boundaries. The functional implementation of the projects is marked by an individual building and interior design and substantially contributes to the corporate identity of the company in the form of corporate architecture. The most important clients of matrixX architectures by Peter Stasek comprise multinational groups from the fields of new business development, biotechnology and lighting industry, operators of healthcare facilities, shops, shopping malls and others. Another project line is the development of facilities for renewable energies and environmentally friendly waste management. The creative main features of the projects of matrixX architectures by Peter Stasek are environmental soundness, steadiness and sustainability. The architectural projects by Peter Stasek have globally been presented on numerous architectural and design platforms and published by international publishing houses.

Floating Nest – LOFT London Farm Tower by Peter Stasek Architect

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Floating Nest - LOFT London Farm Tower by Peter Stasek Architect

 

The Loft London Farm Tower in the form of an imaginary gigantic tree in whose artificial crown two big loft formations are placed as floating nests. The vision of an unprecedented zest for life (joie de vivre) while, at the same time, utilising the entire Metropolitan logistics.

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ajando Loft Concept: Information Is the Building Material of Our Universe

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ajando Loft Concept: Information Is the Building Material of Our Universe

ajando Next Level CRM“
Corporate Architecture Concept by Peter Stasek Architect

The dynamics of information, materialized in the interior design, constitute at the same time the unmistakable main element of the corporate architecture concept of “ajando Next Level CRM”. In contrast to this, the plain office furniture in the conference rooms, lounge areas and all workplaces is distinguished by neutral characteristics and thus provides an important basis for each cross-media implementation. The integrated illumination of the rooms can create additional impulses of energy as needed and thus generate the appropriate background atmosphere for all occasions.

The core business of the agency ajando.CRM is based on information reception, information processing and information transfer. The dynamics of these information flows can be considered as the main driver of the entire company.

Information, at first sight an invisible element, not only provides the basis for further processing, but can also be a source of inspiration and motivation for all employees and co-operation partners. According to John A. Wheeler of the Princeton University, USA, one of the co-developers of the quantum theory, information even represents the ultimate physical world, whereas energy and matter are only surface appearances.

Consequently, the architect Peter Stasek considers the visualization of these information dynamics not only as the creative approach for the redesign of the interior space but also as the actual basis of the new corporate architecture concept for ajando. In addition to the architectural shaping, graphic components have also been developed based on a gyrogrid pattern, which will be integrated into the interior design as 2D foil print and 3D print (digital fabrication) respectively. The gyrogrid pattern, developed in collaboration with Patric Günther (Voxel-Studio Detmold), is intended to be a symbol for the digitalized global network.

The layout of the functional areas as well as their development within the suggested loft office concept for ajando will be implemented according to the motto of Josef M. Hoffmann, the famous Viennese architect of the turn of the 19th/20th century: “The concept for the paths and the room are one and the same.” Just like with information, the visitor is to be guided in the most direct way to the place where the reason for his/her visit is maintained, consulted, processed and forwarded. Consequently, the dynamics of information are represented in the design of the pathways. Therefore, the cross-media platform of ajando stands for convergence also in the materialized interior design and demonstrates its function as a shortcut.

The lighting design was developed in collaboration with Licht-Team Speyer and also contributes significantly to the corporate architecture concept of ajando. The illumination of the corridors, the lobby as well as the entire open space office was designed under the motto “Light as a wave, light as a particle”. Accordingly, the longitudinal wall within the conference room for example is equipped with a panel (7,5 m long x 1,6 m high) draped with a special fabric. Behind this fabric, LED strips are installed. As a result, luminous structures in the shape of waves are created. The illumination of the existing historical brick wall in the open space office by programmable power LEDs will ensure a discreetly stimulating background atmosphere for the working area. The light in form of moving particles will be created by projection in the middle of the open space within the half-open stairway shell. In this manner, white snowflakes above the staircase will be projected on the rusty back wall as fluttering photons. The gliding of these light particles should be seen as an additional visualization of the information flows. These are omnipresent and thus display the entire strategy of the company as a connecting and never resting element.