Stratasys, a leading manufacturer of 3D printers, conveys with the architecture of its administrative building at Baden-Airpark in Rheinmünster the corporate values of openness, dynamism and clarity. feco-feederle has with the fecoplan all-glass construction and office furniture from vitra, Steelcase, Walter Knoll and Holzmedia created a working environment that is characterised by transparency and promotes communication.
REA Real Estate GmbH, Rheinmünster
Stratasys GmbH, Rheinmünster
Kühnl + Schmidt Architekten AG, Karlsruhe, D.S. Blay Architecture Industrial Design, Herzelia, Israel
Partition walls
fecoplan, fecotür wood
Nikolay Kazakov
Vitra, Steelcase, Walter Knoll, Holzmedia, feco

The building is provided with thermoactive components. Open communication zones offer space for communicative exchange. The management offices are fitted with high-quality desks and seating from Walter Knoll. In the conference rooms, media furniture from Holzmedia, functional Physix office chairs from vitra, and Steelcase conference tables are used. The corridor glass walls have been executed as a fecoplan all-glass construction with 12-mm toughened safety glass and a sound insulation test value of Rw,P = 37 dB or, with the more stringent requirements in the management offices and conference rooms, with 16-mm laminated safety glass and a sound insulation test value of up to Rw,P = 42 dB. The fecoplan all-glass construction was developed and successfully tested for the first time as fall-arrest glazing for this project. The flush-mounted fecotür H70 and H85 wooden door elements with concealed frames on the corridor side integrate both the technical panel for the electrical installations and the fecoair overflow elements.

Stratasys serves the European, Middle Eastern and African markets from its site in Baden-Airpark. The ambience meets international standards.

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