DT 0011

Patterns of holes on the dark metal panels, which cover the entire building, are inspired by binary code.

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Patterns of holes on the dark metal panels, which cover the entire building, are inspired by binary code. The exterior fully channels the intention and function of the data centre.
 When needed, any sheet of choice can be folded up, letting a natural light invade the space. This feature gives the building even more personality and intrigues a viewer.
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Patterns of holes on the dark metal panels, which cover the entire building, are inspired by binary code. The exterior fully channels the intention and function of the data centre.
When needed, any sheet of choice can be folded up, letting a natural light invade the space. This feature gives the building even more personality and intrigues a viewer.

Patterns of holes on the dark metal panels, which cover the entire building, are inspired by binary code. The exterior fully channels the intention and function of the data centre.
 When needed, any sheet of choice can be folded up, letting a natural light invade the space. This feature gives the building even more personality and intrigues a viewer.
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Patterns of holes on the dark metal panels, which cover the entire building, are inspired by binary code. The exterior fully channels the intention and function of the data centre.
When needed, any sheet of choice can be folded up, letting a natural light invade the space. This feature gives the building even more personality and intrigues a viewer.

Patterns of holes on the dark metal panels, which cover the entire building, are inspired by binary code. The exterior fully channels the intention and function of the data centre.
 When needed, any sheet of choice can be folded up, letting a natural light invade the space. This feature gives the building even more personality and intrigues a viewer.
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Patterns of holes on the dark metal panels, which cover the entire building, are inspired by binary code. The exterior fully channels the intention and function of the data centre.
When needed, any sheet of choice can be folded up, letting a natural light invade the space. This feature gives the building even more personality and intrigues a viewer.

Patterns of holes on the dark metal panels, which cover the entire building, are inspired by binary code. The exterior fully channels the intention and function of the data centre.
 When needed, any sheet of choice can be folded up, letting a natural light invade the space. This feature gives the building even more personality and intrigues a viewer.
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Patterns of holes on the dark metal panels, which cover the entire building, are inspired by binary code. The exterior fully channels the intention and function of the data centre.
When needed, any sheet of choice can be folded up, letting a natural light invade the space. This feature gives the building even more personality and intrigues a viewer.

Patterns of holes on the dark metal panels, which cover the entire building, are inspired by binary code. The exterior fully channels the intention and function of the data centre.
 When needed, any sheet of choice can be folded up, letting a natural light invade the space. This feature gives the building even more personality and intrigues a viewer.
 Photo 5 of DT 0011 modern home

Patterns of holes on the dark metal panels, which cover the entire building, are inspired by binary code. The exterior fully channels the intention and function of the data centre.
When needed, any sheet of choice can be folded up, letting a natural light invade the space. This feature gives the building even more personality and intrigues a viewer.

Patterns of holes on the dark metal panels, which cover the entire building, are inspired by binary code. The exterior fully channels the intention and function of the data centre.
 When needed, any sheet of choice can be folded up, letting a natural light invade the space. This feature gives the building even more personality and intrigues a viewer.
 Photo 6 of DT 0011 modern home

Patterns of holes on the dark metal panels, which cover the entire building, are inspired by binary code. The exterior fully channels the intention and function of the data centre.
When needed, any sheet of choice can be folded up, letting a natural light invade the space. This feature gives the building even more personality and intrigues a viewer.