The aim of the planned redesign was therefore to achieve a high-quality, accessible look and feel with practical, customised and well thought-out solutions. For the offices of the renowned law firm, we took our cue from the existing building, the existing colours and design elements, and opted for understated furniture that blends in perfectly. For example, we picked up on the green colour found in the linoleum floor of the corridor and transferred it to the table surfaces. This resulted in a new visual balance compared to the previous white synthetic resin surfaces.
The same green, which harmonises very well with the oak parquet flooring in the office, was also used in the acoustics area, which was also part of the optimisation and redesign. Among other things, a unique mural was used for this purpose. No wall is white to match the existing building.
Other special solutions that we were able to design and implement include the table in the small meeting room, which we were able to bring more lightness into with a cusomised column base, and a newly created telephone booth. The basis for this was a storage room without windows, which we transformed into a modern communication oasis with a sealed glass door and customised high table.
But the centrepiece of the office is the bar. It was to become a meeting point for employees as well as clients – a place where after-work beers and coffee breaks can be enjoyed.