The Stuttgart creative agency has recognized that the world in working is changing and there are some new challenges faced. All coworking offices offer a digital, creative and innovative work environment in a feel-good atmosphere so for their new office, the requirement is to be more creative, think ahead and offer the opportunity to open everyone’s eyes. It is a 2016 office planning project by Studio Komo located in Stuttgart, Germany.
The mirror surfaces can break up the office structures, encourage everyone and make them curious to think through unusual perspectives differently. The composition of gradations in color and materiality are combined with function and optics, served equally. In various surfaces, RAL 7047 Telegrau is also used for this office planning. The different incidence of light and reflection can create a haptic experience and an optical gradation depending on the material.
Workplaces, meeting areas, and an open kitchen offer the possibility of being rented to external experts. For internal use, those rooms are available to agency staff. Some different room and workplace situations open up a diverse range of options, especially for the employees of the agency.
A bar area and spacious lounge are located on the upper floor of the office that can be used both to welcome customers and a “shared space” by all employees. The focus for room planning is on networking, how all employees can still connect to each other even when they are in different rooms.
020 – Office Planning for Creative Agency
Photographer: Philip Kottlorz