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

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. This motto makes it clear for which target group this planning variant was created. It's about jobs for employees who aren't present very often, but who come "home" from time to time. A sales department could benefit from such a club or, more typically, consulting firms. The concept was created for employees who deliver their services to customers and yet now and then need a workplace in the company to carry out tasks in a team, for example together with a specialist department. It's often about exchanging ideas with colleagues. With such a multifunctional office space, the company creates the basis for the “we feeling” of a team whose players otherwise work as lone fighters.


  • Office landscape for non-territorial workplaces
  • varied office landscape
  • open and closed areas
  • specialized work areas
  • Transparency for good visual relationships
  • short paths and transparent processes
  • acoustically optimized workplaces
  • Open zones are not divided into any units

It's about desk sharing and non-territorial work

Such an area is predestined to be operated with the idea of “desk sharing”. It's about assigning an AP multiple times and using areas more intensively. If we keep in mind that this non-territorial work is seen as having a promising future, we quickly realize that elements of this model can be exported to all other office space forms. Compare this to smart office. The employee drives his caddy to an AP of his choice. There he works concentratedly for himself, develops a project in a group or exchanges ideas in the Work Cafe. Acoustically activated structuring elements ensure that the changing teams do not disturb each other. The office landscape also offers closed areas such as lounges, telephone booths or conference rooms. Instead of personal workstations, business clubs offer a variety of work locations that are used temporarily depending on the activity and work style.

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.