The new headquarters of the Irish Office of Public Works at Trim, County Meath, Ireland, has been unveiled.
Costing €32.2m ($43.3m) the building includes an exhibition space, archive storage, library, canteen and support functions.
The 8,325m² circular scheme comprises four storeys and features a full-height atrium, a civic plaza and a 9,225m² car park building.
The central atrium features a suspended bridge that crosses the atrium, linking the various sections.
Boasting an A3 energy rating, the building has employed several energy and water-efficient sustainable strategies.
Bennett Construction served as the contractor of the scheme, which took two years to complete, according to the Department of Public Works.