BGV office by design2sense, Karlsruhe – Germany

April 17th, 2014 by retail design blog

The existing office building of the BGV was gutted and completely revitalised using high quality materials. We optically reduced the building’s complexity by focussing on white, black and beige colors. Think tanks in organic shapes and areas that encourage communication divide the open working space into smaller sections. The curves of the concrete grid ceiling are emphasized by the soft shapes of the furniture, illustrating the integral approach to the design concept.

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