The 18-m-deep structure allows the communication and retreat spaces to be arranged as islands in the centre. The bent nature of the fecoplan corridor glass walls and the non-rectangular wall position create an exciting network reminiscent of paths in a landscape. Different-sized meeting and retreat rooms for 2-8 people alternate with arenas, lounge zones and meeting areas. Workstations are openly and transparently combined into groups of 2-6 teams. The team spaces are protected by glass fecoplan wall panels with pre-hung solid wall panels and skylights as well as storage elements. The rooms acoustically structure the open space concept and reduce speech intelligibility between the individual teams.
Disy’s heart is the restaurant acting as a meeting point for all employees with a roof terrace and a view of the foothills of the Black Forest. On the top floor, the co-working area embedded in the customer space also offers temporary workplaces. Two large, representative meeting rooms divide the space, and wall-integrated whiteboard surfaces and large-format screens support agile working methods and online conferences.
With the Zimmerstrasse site, Disy DNA becomes a physically tangible space, and Disy is able to present itself as an attractive employer for the sought-after talents in the IT industry. “Exceptional performance comes from co-thinking in a transparent environment,” explains Disy Managing Director Claus Hofmann.