The complex consists of two buildings providing 15,400 square metres of office space over nine storeys (eight floors above the ground floor).
The building’s high visibility is magnified by strong architecture by Dominique Perrault: inter alia, the facades have been designed so as to play with the reflections of the city, reinforcing the uniqueness of Onix.
The facets of the facade are extended to the roof, where metal beams come together to form a steel chrysalis housing the plant rooms.
−800 m² floor plates for a standard floor
−division of floor plates possible from 323 m²
−1.35m grid on the facade
−ventilation openings positioned at 2.70-metre intervals
−2.70 metres headroom
−2-wire/2-tube fan-coil units
−3 basement parking levels
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