CTAC headquarters by M+R Interior Architecture, Hertogenbosch – Netherlands

April 15th, 2013 by retail design blog

The company operates in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium. Its employees are often on the road or involved in projects at the offices of different clients. The head office in Hertogenbosch functions predominantly as a place where colleagues can meet. For the new office building on the A2, M+R designed an innovative working environment tailored to this need for informal and business meetings and flexible working. Most of the interior is taken up by a grand café, an eating and working café, conference rooms and team rooms. The other rooms are intended as workspaces.

These are designed and furnished in line with the length of stay and the needs of the staff, like the need for interaction or quiet, focused work. A total of five floors with approximately 750 square metres of floor space are being fitted out.

Interior Architect: M+R Interior Architecture
Photography: Herman de Winter





































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