Spaces for creative IT are designed generously, as a semi-open area of separate half-enclosed “boxes” clad with rougher materials. The spatial concept deliberately evokes the slightly untidy working environment of the interwar villa in which the firm was originally based, and with which the company built a strong relationship during its first years of operation.
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Netzkern’s new office space is housed in refurbished loft, which gives them right around 700sqm. All “Kernkräfte” (as netzkern employees call themselves) are located on a shared floor, with plenty of conference, training and working rooms offer ample space for individual time to focus. Meeting rooms and casual seating areas are located nearby staff workstations for easy access.
Set in the idyllic Krems valley landscape, the contemporary architecture of the Dockner Winery store and tasting center makes a very impressive statement. Nestled perfectly into the immediate surrounding topography, the wine center’s contemporary design is an interpretation of the various geometries typical to the surrounding village.
To develop in 14.000 sq ft. distributed in one and a half floors one sole store environment that would integrate the company’s best seller department (books) with the related ones (stationery; CD + DVD’s; high end electronics), creating one space devoted to the customers enlighten and fun. There is a thematic kids area on the ground level and a mezzanine that encompass a more quiet space for professional literature and a multipurpose theater, included to declare to the client that the space is much more than just a big box.
Always considered to be an insider’s secret among wine lovers in the past, the Albert Reichmuth wine store is now opening its first showroom accessible to the public at Feldstrasse 62 in Zurich. “LA GALERIE DU VIN” is both a sales as well as a wine tasting and seminar venue and aims to appeal to regular customers and passers-by alike. The spatial layout and staging by OOS reflect the store’s values and traditions and let the wine bottles speak for themselves.