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

acoustic office

We call an “acousic office” an office room form derived from open space. The much-criticized weak point of open space, the poor acoustics, is eliminated by highly effective acoustic installations. All the advantages of open space are retained.

Open office zones promote easy and quick communication between colleagues. At the same time, they offer optimal use of the available office space. Unlike most open office space forms, in the acoustic office the APs are structured with effective acoustic shields. This does not create closed rooms, but rather wall screens that are transparent, but also highly sound-absorbing and sound-insulating. The teams are visually connected and yet acoustically optimally separated. The high-performance absorbers have a significant influence on the acoustic properties of the office space. Here we come back to an ongoing trend in building technology. Modern buildings are increasingly component-activated. This is exactly what makes the installation of the tried and tested acoustic ceiling impossible and forces the planner to look for alternatives.

Features acoustic office

  • partially open office landscape
  • acoustic structure of the workplaces
  • closed areas in the middle zone
  • uniform work areas
  • Transparency for good visual relationships
  • short paths and transparent processes
  • acoustically optimized office space

Use open spaces in the middle for self-sufficient rooms

Open spaces are usually created in the middle, which are ideal for depicting functional areas. Flexible space-in-space constructions make self-sufficient spaces possible, even if the building structure is not designed for this purpose. Similar to the smart office variant, thinkers' booths, telephone booths, multimedia rooms, meeting boxes or simply technology rooms are created here. The area along the facade remains free for workplaces.

smart office

Experts use the term smart office to describe a diverse office landscape that offers the user specialized work areas.

acoustic office

We call an “acoustic office” an office room form derived from open space. Acoustic installations eliminate weak points.

open space

open space is the contemporary name for office spaces that do not require any walls. Without appropriate measures, communication becomes a problem.

business club

The business club is an open office world, flavored with the vision of an English club. You're a member, but you're not always there.

cell office

The cubicle office consists of floor-to-ceiling closed office spaces that are lined up along the facade and form a hallway that is only a traffic route.


The group office creates team zones behind floor-to-ceiling hallway walls. Four or more workstations are combined in one room.

combined office

The combination office consists of standardized and small single rooms along the facade. The resulting hallway is a team zone.