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DSV’s Headquarters


Taśmowa 10/12

Warsaw, 02-677



Taśmowa 10/12

Warsaw, 02-677


Description of the project

The DSV Headquarters building in Warsaw has a unique, Scandinavian style that corresponds with the style of the headquarters of the DSV Group in Denmark. Designed by Danish firm, PLH Arkitekter A/S, the seven-storey office building provides a comfortable working environment for more than 1, 500 employees. 

An open workplace design supports different ways of working. The choice of light, natural materials dominate the building’s interior, whilst natural light is drawn into the spaces. From its exterior, the building is instantly identifiable through its rounded corners and metal facade.

Guardian SunGuard® SuperNeutral (SN) 70S was chosen for the fully glazed façade. This coated solar control glass has a very neutral light grey appearance combined with high light transmission, a low level of reflection and excellent thermal insulation. SN 70S helps to create a more comfortable work environment for employees by letting in plenty of natural daylight, whilst balancing temperature levels of interior spaces throughout the year, helping to reduce the energy required for cooling and heating the building.

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