The transparency and lightness are continued inside with feco system partition walls. The Karlsruhe-based system partition wall manufacturer, which has its headquarters next to the Campus, has with the fecoplan all-glass construction created an agile working environment.
The fecotür H105 wooden door elements with Rw,P 42 dB are flush on both sides and horizontally clad with smoked oak veneer of exceptional quality from feco’s own factory. On the 1st floor, a meeting room with curved glazing offers discretion without disturbing the transparency important for the FC Group’s external image.
As a high-performance contract furnishing partner, feco-feederle was also involved in the room and furnishing concept at an early stage, with the company taking care of furnishing the areas with products from Rheinau-based office-furniture manufacturer Brunner. With oak-veneered bar tables and stools from the Brunner Hoc series, the kitchenettes offer surfaces that are ideal for communication and exchanging ideas.
Brunner’s versatile A-Chair is not only used in the representative meeting room on the 5th floor with a view of the Black Forest, but also on the sunny terrace as outdoor seating for the cafeteria. On the conference floor, the central zone with a Brunner Plot seating landscape is well-suited for informal discussions.
The relocation of FC Group to Karlsruhe has not only created new jobs in the city, but also created a building ensemble that is visible from afar and signals the future and a new beginning. The FC Group is thus presenting itself to the world in a highly frequented location as an engine for progress, with feco system glass walls continuing the high quality inside that the Campus radiates.