The room-in-room system vetroCUBE stands freely on the surface and is self-sufficient, i.e. independent of the infrastructure of the building structure (e.g. ventilation). Due to the room-in-room design, these retreat rooms can be created at any location. Thus, the vetroCUBE system can be used in a wide variety of areas to optimize processes. In the following passages, we describe possible places of application and provide background information.
An open office space can be planned independently of the facade structure. The space on the facade is thus used intensively. Open office spaces are said to be well suited for communication. Direct lines of sight shorten many processes. Planning possibilities arise that are the basis for the development of agile office spaces. This agility, in turn, is the prerequisite for a healthy hybrid work model. Employees will only voluntarily return to the office if it provides a communicative atmosphere, if they find a club, moreover, they want to belong to it. After all, the concentrative part of the work can also be done in seclusion, in the home office. At the same time, the open office is acoustically problematic. It is disreputable to be loud and restless. Telephone calls can be heard from afar. Conversations or even meetings in teams disturb neighboring employees. The necessity to create retreat rooms is obvious. The room-in-room system vetroCUBE offers itself to create retreats for conversations. It can occupy areas that are suboptimal for use as office workstations, e.g. in the middle zone. Conversely, the room-in-room system keeps the valuable space along the facade free for workstations.
Retreat rooms in room-in-room design are decisive building blocks for upgrading open space. The employees are provided with soundproof retreat areas in the direct vicinity of the workplace. The vetroCUBE system thus provides the spatial basis for the desired alternation between concentrated individual work and communication-oriented group work. Different areas of use are created in the office space. Employees find their personal comfort area, depending on their current work requirements. The system thus meets the demand for spatial diversity. Agility is created. Young, team-oriented colleagues and older, experienced "lone warriors" come together. Communication emerges. Knowledge is transferred and remains in the company.
Shopfloor management strives for permanent improvements and optimization of processes directly at the point of action, "on the shop floor", on the factory floor. But there is more to store floor management. Not only are the processes directly on the store floor to be optimized, but also the management and leadership tasks and the associated work culture. This goes hand in hand with an increased appreciation of the value-adding level and a transfer of decision-making authority to this level. In order to achieve these goals, it is imperative to communicate on site, regularly, for a limited period of time and intensively with the players concerned. In the noisy environment of a production facility, soundproof retreats with appropriate media equipment are needed. Large pin boards and whiteboards, the store floor board, are needed to display all relevant information to the employees.
With a sound insulation of 37 dB or alternatively 40 dB, vetroCUBE acoustically seals off retreat rooms in production well, thus offering the best sound insulation. The system offers good room acoustics in the interior, also for team rooms. Solid wall surfaces with whiteboard-compatible surfaces provide the Shopfloor Board. Generous glazing and the filigree, high-quality design stand out from conventional master cubicles and ensure visual contact with the production area. The employees remain within sight and in direct proximity to the processes. Last but not least, vetroCUBE is available in any size and with any equipment, thus meeting your individual requirements for the store floor.
If you research the characteristics of a modern bank, you come to the following conclusions: Banking transactions function fully automated without human interaction and without signed paper. The speed of communication between the customer and the bank is crucial. Quick assistance and answers to questions generate trust in the services offered. Ambivalent? Customer proximity is also an important factor for banks and savings banks. It is about putting the customer at the center and responding to his or her needs. This includes providing good, trustworthy and discreet advice. Branches, in particular the prestigious teller halls, are being developed into communicative advisory centers. Efforts are being made to bring the customer into the store and to hold personal discussions. To do this, however, additional consulting rooms have to be built in. From a structural point of view, however, this is not always easy. Ceiling heights and ceiling construction in representative checkout halls rarely allow the installation of conventional wall systems. Connecting additional rooms to the facade is rarely possible. The room-in-room construction vetroCUBE offers new possibilities to the bank planner.
woodtec offers professional solutions with its room-in-room system vetroCUBE. The rooms are soundproof, optionally available in the 37 dB or 40 dB version. The free-standing room-in-room units are excellently ventilated and ready for use, individually electrified. Closed consulting rooms of the highest quality are created. The size of the rooms can be freely planned and the design can be individually adapted to the needs of the bank. The resulting rooms will satisfy even the most demanding clientele. The architecture of the representative teller hall is preserved and not impaired.