Microsoft Campus, Building 200

MICROSOFT CAMPUS, BUILDING 200

Redmond (WA)

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Microsoft is investing in an innovative project to modernize their headquarters in Redmond, WA and it is being designed by WRNS architecture studio. The redevelopment is centered around sustainable and technological principles which they are committed to achieve. Creating a space aimed at the future, where the synergies between human resources and technology will steer Microsoft’s mission towards sustainable and innovative goals.

The GammaStone Natural AIR technology in Flint Hills Gray natural stone will be used on the facade of Building 200 of the campus.

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GammaStone Natural AIR surfaces represent a cutting-edge solution that ensures high performance standards and offers unparalleled aesthetic beauty.
The natural stone slabs, which can reach large dimensions, create a strong structural balance demonstrating how the GammaStone material, due to its lightness and ductility, become a characterizing element of every architectural project.
Most of the panels are grooved to create a false joint and will be combined to obtain a maximum size of 1475x3635mm.
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