In order to be able to utilise the full room height in the existing building, it was decided to use a visible installation route for the electrical cables. The concrete ceiling with its formwork joints in combination with suspended acoustic sails convey the feeling of take-off and vitality. The RAL 9010 pure-white powder-coated aluminium profiles and frames in combination with the light wood decor surfaces of the doors give the transparent working environment a bright, friendly character.
The corridor glass walls offer maximum transparency as fecoplan all-glass constructions without vertical profiles and with 12-mm toughened safety glass and a sound insulation test value of Rw,P = 37 dB. Rooms with higher sound insulation requirements are visually the same but glazed with 16-mm VSG-SI and have a sound insulation test value of Rw,P = 42 dB. To accommodate larger tolerances and to feed through individual cables, the upper ceiling connection profile is 70-mm high. The floor-to-ceiling door frames appear large and, with frame-integrated technical door side panels, allow the installation of light switches and power sockets above floor and ceiling. The fecotür H40 40-mm-thick wooden door leaves are designed with fixed door-leaf top panels. The fecowand solid wall was also chosen for the closed walls. With a wall thickness of 105 mm, it provides a sound insulation test value of 47 dB as standard. The system walls can be moved non-destructively. In the future, it will be possible to react flexibly to changing user requirements by reusing the existing system-wall elements.
The newly-designed modern office work environment with agile spatial zones and biophilic plant elements provides an attractive environment for collaborative working. The office becomes an identity-forming place in which the team spirit is tangible and for which returning to the office after working from home is worthwhile.