Red Bull Amsterdam
Ewout Hulbers
Red Bull Amsterdam
May 24, 2012
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Red Bull Amsterdam_01 RBAmsterdam_01 The ramp-like mezzanine level lines two sides of the public zone, connected by a bridge. Padded plywood seating units along the mezzanine are lit from below with LED rope lights. 

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Red Bull Amsterdam_02 RBAmsterdam_02 Looking as if carved into a mountainside, an alcove under the mezzanine contains the kitchen, and adjacent to it are simple tables and stackable chairs that can be stowed away to transform the cafeteria into an event space. 

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Red Bull Amsterdam_03 RBAmsterdam_03 A manager's private office boasts an airplane wing-shaped desk constructed from steel and finished with powdercoat and authentic airplane wheels. 

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Red Bull Amsterdam_04 RBAmsterdam_04  A manager's office and meeting space is peppered with a graphic of the iconic blue Red Bull can.

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Red Bull Amsterdam_05 RBAmsterdam_05 Red Bull's bathrooms sport mosaic murals of a hip Virgin Mary accompanied by a choir of winged angels—Red Bull, after all, gives you wings—with microphones as opposed to trumpets.

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Red Bull Amsterdam_06 RBAmsterdam_06 Using historical schematics, the architects rebuilt the former shipbuilding factory following a fire on the site that burned down much of the building and its three bays.

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Red Bull Amsterdam_07 RBAmsterdam_07 The main boardroom is housed within the Beast structure of the public zone, and sets different moods with color-changing LEDs. 

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Red Bull Amsterdam_08 RBAmsterdam_08 The perforated shell of the Stratos room lets sunlight in by day, and lights up like a lantern at night. 

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Red Bull Amsterdam_09 RBAmsterdam_09  The "Stratos" meeting room's perforated steel pattern references a meteorite falling from the sky as a tribute to the Red Bull Stratos event set to take place this year. The event itself proposes that extreme sports celebrity Felix Baumgartner will fly up to the earth's stratosphere and then parachute down.

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