Thinker cell in the room-in-room principle as a self-sufficient room element

Deutsche Bahn Frankfurt

The room in room system vetroCUBE as a solution for a think tank

In Frankfurt, between Kleyerstrasse and Weilburger Strasse, in the revitalized buildings of the former Adlerwerke, Deutsche Bahn is located. A large part of the AP was housed in open and semi-open office spaces. The overall depth of the office space offers generous circulation areas and a multifunctional central zone. This middle zone is ideal for retreat areas, especially given the increasingly low demands on storage space. Employees can find think tanks or thinker cells, i.e. areas for communication and teamwork, in the immediate vicinity of their workplace. However, there is no way to ventilate such rooms on site.

The solution is offered by the self-sufficient room-in-room system vetroCUBE. With integrated technologies for ventilation, light and electrification, a self-sufficient space within the room was created. Special feature: the middle zone is higher than the rest of the area due to the cooling ceiling above the workstations. The customer wanted to use this height. In the picture you can clearly see how the vetroCUBE uses the height between the cooling ceilings.