Located in Hudsonville, United States, the Lamar Corporate Headquarters is designed by Integrated Architecture that innovatively encompass a construction company ethos in a bold design. Floating above the landscape of West Michigan, building overhang expresses the identity of its owner, a general contractor specializing in the erection of the premier steel, concrete and consisting of prefabricated buildings. The design solution speaks to who they are and what they do with a powerful way, creating a remarkable structure that is visible from nearby Interstate. The 5200 sq. ft. soaring glass box and steel also celebrates and promotes the ethics of construction company to face the challenges of the construction. While the cantilever using the space to create a component, powerful essential to the construction of the project headquarters is just a building with two volumes separated by an interval of 16 feet.
The solid textured concrete tower catches the glass box and gives a solid foundation. The lower region serves as a base with his solid form and particularly the tint company to perform this unique and bold expression of the floating box. The lobby strengthened concrete, glass and building experience in steel, offering a meeting room with glass wall and access to the tower stairs and the floor below, where the workshop of Tackle Company, carpentry workshop and a truck garage. The simple rectangle also shows the company’s expertise in steel construction. A double cantilever, the top office is defined by two, 16 feet deep farms that surround each workspace while creating interior spaces for the coffee bar and conference rooms. The initial cantilever extends 100 feet from the concrete wall while the second extends 16 feet of framing in exterior walls.