Scheme in Irish capital built by Bam
US tech giant Microsoft has unveiled images of a new campus in Dublin to which it has relocated its 2,000 employees in the Irish capital.
Completed earlier this year, the 330,000 sq ft building, which overlooks the Leopardstown racecourse, was drawn up by local practice RKD Architects and built by Bam.
US architect Gensler was responsible for the interior workspace with Microsoft’s brief stressing the importance of ‘chance encounters and purposeful’ collisions between staff. Project manager on the job was Mace with structural engineering carried out by Dublin firm Jones Engineering.