BV Alzey

Renovation of an existing area

Living in open space is no longer new for users. However, the increasing lack of office space is problematic. Manufacturing makes money. There is no space to be had here. As is so often the case at the moment, facility management is commissioned to check whether the available space is really being used optimally. To put it bluntly: they are almost never used optimally. Over the years - and this applies to every office space - space-consuming elements creep in that are not necessary upon closer inspection.

Key data for planning

  • Manager's office as an open workplace
  • a conference room
  • a telephone booth
  • a think tank
  • 21 workstations in the open area
  • work cafe


  • high transparency
  • very good acoustics
  • Executive offices open as a role model
  • Retreat areas
  • very high compression
  • non-territorial and paperless

Worktop WITHOUT cabinets

The paperless office has been discussed for ages. It is rarely realized. Here, however, we accompany a customer who gradually made this phrase serious. Now the time has come. There is no personally assigned storage space whatsoever. There is only a safe in the entrance area. The employee takes out his special “briefcase” including laptop and chooses his non-territorial workplace. You don't even have to take the detour via the Caddy. This is the only way to achieve the desired density of jobs. Acoustic systems structure the compacted area and compensate for acoustic deficiencies. Room in room systems offer temporary opportunities to retreat so that no communication deficits arise.


Office space in parts of the production hall. The surfaces are usually only exposed on one side. To make optimal use of the space.


The decision to populate an office space more densely usually raises acoustic concerns. Pay attention to acoustics.


Optimize the open office space in such a way that the typical disadvantages of open space are eliminated.


Daylight over the ceiling requires functional elements that are detached from the building. Space in space offers solutions.


The paperless office. It is rarely realized. Here we accompany a customer who turns a phrase into something serious.


The lack of office space often forces us to rethink things. Cell office structures then become open office spaces.


The customer's task: Lead our team into an open, transparent, modern and communicative office world.