1985 - Philips Micom, 600 Dr.-Frederik-Philips
In this built-to-suit project, when the tenant requested that the office building be connected to the manufacturing & warehousing facilities, Canderel decided not simply to create a corridor but to do something completely different. For about the same cost, the three components were linked under one roof, with the upshot being that office and production personnel could easily circulate and communicate in the atrium. This innovative design led to the building being featured in Architectural Digest. The tenant was so proud of its large new meeting space that it became the venue for many corporate functions.