“Pandora's Box” originally means to perform an action that may seem small or innocent, but turns have very damaging consequences and far-reaching.
This involves to take a big hit on the vision modes and design methods of logistics spaces.
The logistics centre must be a reflection of the ambition of the company. It is necessary to have a project that stands out for its uniqueness, singularity, flexibility and mixity of use, quality of the concept, design and energy efficiency.
The project puts forward the use of passive energy. It takes advantage of the opportunities offered by the climate (cold temperate), terrain and vegetation to produce a great and convivial setting.
Pandora's Box is interested in the problem of the ideal space favourable to the development of intellectual activity Pandora's Box is divided into several themes so three:
Relationships between space, architecture and city: there must be a bridge between the architectural work and the city, taking into account the history.
Relations between man, space and environment: It is necessary to introduce the experience to visitors, users, because the workspace is where develops the creativity of workers.
Relationships between architectural work and health of the planet: A special emphasis is integrated into the project on sustainable development "act locally to influence the global world."