The north wall is clad over its entire length with acoustically-effective wall cladding as a fecowand solid wall clad on one side only. The sound-absorbing panelling made of MDF dyed through in black is as fecophon Holz horizontally slotted in a 14/2 mm grid and printed with a large-format white cloud motif designed by Karlsruhe-based artist Margot Witte. Together with the acoustic ceiling plaster, this ensures pleasant room acoustics. Loudspeakers and monitors are integrated flush into the wall panelling, allowing the room to be used for talks and presentations. The eastern part can be flexibly partitioned with a mobile glass sliding wall, so that training courses and lunch can take place at the same time.
The Lapalma furniture comprises long tables facing south towards the roof terrace and cloud-shaped bar tables with bar stools positioned parallel to the counter. The spacious roof terrace with outdoor furniture by Brunner, Extremis and Muuto and the view of Karlsruhe’s Turmberg hill induce the feeling of being a little closer to heaven.