As a premier producer of aluminium joinery, Domel’s headquarters makes full use of the metal in its architecture. The client’s ambition, however, was to carry through the clean, cool, modern and industrial aesthetic of aluminium and glass while creating an optimal working space through acoustic comfort and attractive lighting.
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The dual challenges of an €18m renovation of the Delft Water Board’s head office were sound and visuals. The desire for bright, open and welcoming spaces needed light-filled rooms in which flowing curves and expressive angles granted a sense of physical space, while at the same time absorbing sound to minimise crowd noise.
Leading water distribution company Société des Eaux de Marseille is responsible for operating and maintaining the Canal de Marseille and its 250 structures. A striking and, rather fittingly, free-flowing ceiling solution was required for the company’s new meeting spaces as part of a redesign project at its Marseille headquarters, with equal consideration for aesthetics and acoustics required.
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The 'Spannrahmen' Auditorium was an ambitious project for the Austrian town of Hard. As part of a complete redevelopment of its quarter 'In der Wirke', which saw many buildings demolished and others preserved, the team were tasked with transforming a former textile factory into a landmark events centre; a hub of art, culture and social life that reflected its industrial heritage while giving people a place to express themselves and create new spectacles.
B. Braun, a European leader in medical technologies and hospital supplies, sought to expand its Barcelona facility with a new, state-of-the-art 40,000m2 plant. The ambition for the interior spaces was to balance technical excellence with aesthetic appeal to create a functional facility in which people would enjoy working.
A project to replace two hospitals with a new, sustainable facility in the northern village of Scheemda, the aim for the Ommelander Ziekenhuis Groningen was to create space to aid healing: natural daylight, a balance between privacy and openness, and – crucially – addressing the World Health Organization’s recommendations for lower sound levels.
Based in Brno, Masaryk University — the second-largest university in the Czech Republic — is a highly prestigious institution delivering excellence across a range of faculties, from law to medicine, science to the arts.
At the core of a redesign of CBRE’s Italian headquarters were the values of its ‘Workplace 360’ strategy: innovation, wellness and flexibility. The aim was to create a space that encourages interaction, accessibility and the free exchange of ideas; an open-plan, smart workplace that enhances collaboration as much as focus, relaxation and wellbeing.
As befits a household name in industrial and hand tools, the plan to transform Stanley Black & Decker’s Warsaw-based financial and accounting centre needed to balance interesting and varied aesthetics with acoustic performance and functionality — all while minimising installation time and disruption to a busy and bustling corporate hub.