Aug 26, 2013 / Interiors
Supercube by Personal Architecture

Supercube is a minimalist interior located in The Netherlands, designed by Personal Architecture. The building is created for delinquents in their final stages of detention. The volume is one of 40 that sit atop large hexagonal columns. The striking feature of the Supercube is the contrast between the different floors. The ground floor and first floor have vertical glass surfaces. The second floor, however, is a large, free layout field with no façade surface and the floor height is limited. The ridge is also fully glazed, allowing an abundance of natural light to penetrate the cube. (4)

Name: Supercube

Designer: Personal Architecture

Location: Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Year: 2013

Supercube is a minimalist interior located in The Netherlands, designed by Personal Architecture. The building is created for delinquents in their final stages of detention. The volume is one of 40 that sit atop large hexagonal columns. The striking feature of the Supercube is the contrast between the different floors. The ground floor and first floor have vertical glass surfaces. The second floor, however, is a large, free layout field with no façade surface and the floor height is limited. The ridge is also fully glazed, allowing an abundance of natural light to penetrate the cube.

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