For a pioneering bank building Wilkhahn has realized individual solutions.
Acoustic solutions from Buzzispace structure the new open-plan office of Kienbaum Consultants International.
The new newsroom at Pressehaus Stuttgart boasts a modern infrastructure – and that includes optimal illumination of the workstations by Waldmann products.
Durlum illumination and ceiling elements create vibrant spaces.
Working with Modernism: Interface has re-energized a building by Mies van der Rohe in Krefeld.
Ernst&Young has outfitted its Milan branch with office furniture by Arper.
Simonswerk produced a new hinge system especially for modernizing the listed doors of the building housing the Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe.
Lindner has fitted out the multipurpose complex Arabeska in Munich with durable floor coverings.
Vola mixers with PVD surfaces set the tone in the new master bathroom in a historicist villa.
Vola have furnished the sanitary facilities of the “Vital Office@Hirschgarten” office building with stainless steel electronic basin mixers.
ewo is regarded as an expert when it comes to lighting in the public domain. Jyske Bank chose various new Cortensteel models from the FA System for the grounds of its headquarters in the Danish town Silkeborg.
The German head office of Mitsubishi Electric is outfitted with the award-winning Mosa Solids tiles.
The manufacturer of lighting systems Ewo had a sinus curve of light projected onto the facade of the electricity distributor 50Hertz in the Network District of Berlin.
The Graph and Timetable conference furniture from Wilkhahn was selected for the conference rooms at the new headquarters of Dutch company Heerema.
The sculptural façade of the new building “Fortyseven and Co.” in Frankfurt/Main was created using a special construction of light limestone from Hofmann Naturstein.
Graceful functionality: Republic of Fritz Hansen has used Arne Jacobsen’s classics for the interior of textile giant “Bestseller”.
EeStairs designed a sweeping staircase for the new headquarters of Dutch manufacturer Vreugdenhil.
The colorful new headquarters of Austrian Federal Railways was furnished with chairs and tables from Arper.