EY Offices by LEPEL&LEPEL, Berlin – Germany

October 30th, 2016 by retail design blog

LEPEL & LEPEL has developed the new offices of global advisory company EY located in Berlin, Germany. EY starts into the future: with the help from LEPEL & LEPEL, their office in the Berlin „Spreedreieck“ is turning into a Workplace of The Future. On the first of 12 floors to be remodelled, former individual offices disappeared to make space for a lively agile office.

With the project’s working title „diversity – City of Contrasts“ the new EY Berlin presents itself just like the city: young, fresh, modern and full of contrasts. Thanks to the strategic re-positioning of spaces and the use of multifunctional dividers for visual and acoustic screening, hall-stands or storage space the office is divided into optimal spaces for group interaction.

The middle zone was opened up to allow for new routes, paths and above all, communication. A special colouring of the carpet highlights the transition from the working areas to these communication hubs. The new skEYlounge is the office’s centrepiece. Offering impressive views over the city, it is ideal for communication and meetings in a bright and open atmosphere.

The space is highly adaptable and can be used as a café, for meetings, as venue for different events or informal work space, either for individuals or groups.

Design: LEPEL&LEPEL
Photography: Nadine Stenzen, Joachim Wagner


https://officesnapshots.com/2016/10/27/ey-offices-berlin/

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