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


Room-in-room constructions support office space in the laboratory

As part of ongoing restructuring measures, the customer used parts of an open-plan building from the 1960s and 1970s to adapt them to the current requirements of modern, agile and hybrid working environments. While the areas near the facade are reserved for workplaces, deeper areas are used to provide the necessary communication areas.

The room-in-room system vetroCUBE offers very good sound insulation and thus provides concentrative and communicative retreat areas. At the same time, these retreat spaces take on the function of dividing the area. Humane areas are created on the huge floor areas. These areas are complemented by loose furniture that invites you to have short conversations.