102 employees from different locations and departments now work together communicatively in a combi-office concept with a shared inner zone and transparent feco corridor glass walls. The frameless, flush-mounted structural glazing glass elements alternate with white solid fecowand wall surfaces. The transparency of the glass elements can be regulated using door-high internal blinds, allowing distractions during concentrated pastoral telephone calls to be suppressed. Oak real-wood veneered, flush-mounted fecotür H70 wooden doors with concealed frames on the corridor side round off the rhythmically-structured system corridor wall. The fecostruct glazing transforms the inner zone with daylight and external space into an attractive meeting place, while Vitra Alcove sofas and coffee points entice users into exchanging information. With four conference rooms, a reading room, a library and the private chapel, Bischof-Leiprecht House is more than just an office building.