Azerbaijan By: Nick Taylor
Nariman Architecture has built the 2,200 square meter Azercosmos in The Republic of Azerbaijan. The “building is a complex of ‘Azercosmos’ OJSC, Main Satellite Ground Control Station”. The site is a total of 10 hectares and contains four buildings: the main building, technical building, entry station, and covered autopark. “The idea of (the) project is that a heavenly body flies down from the space and tears it into four pieces”. The Deconstructivist style building represents both futurism and suprematism. The four parts of the building do indeed look “torn apart”, in an aesthetically pleasing way. The leaning sides reach outward from almost every angle. The main building has the satellite control station, office and technical areas, administration, conference hall, and cafeteria.
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