The Euronews project is conceived as a stretched cube pierced by two conical atriums introducing daylight, air and providing views of the river for the building’s users. These atriums are imagined as two gigantic eyes looking onto the river and its environment.
Symbolically, the eyes also represent those of Euronews, abstract receptors, capturing the events of the world around us. An image that resonates with the role of observer of world affairs associated with the news channel.
The building houses the world headquarters of Euronews, a leading international news channel covering world news from a European perspective. The architecture of the Euronews Headquarters presents how an ambitious office program can be transformed into the most experimental form of architectural creation, one which seeks to reconcile formal innovation and sustainable development in order to improve the quality of life of it’s users.