Interior  

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As part of our planning responsibility and our role as consultants we evolve interiors that form a logical and coherent whole with the architecture. We create solutions for living, working, for buildings for education and culture and for all other fields of architectural achievement.

Our field of activity encompasses planning and consulting on interior design and the planning of fittings and furniture, as well as the development of customised products. This includes the whole context of perception of the space, functions and details, just as it extends to a considered use of materials, colour, light and vocabulary of form. Building on many years of experience and in cooperation with external experts, we integrate the latest conclusions of scientific research on the conception of interiors, communication and health.

Strategies tailored individually to the aims and requirements of the client lead to positive spaces which appeal to the senses through their character and atmosphere and which sensitively stimulate future users.

Interior Design

When specific situations demand something that does not yet exist, we develop tailor-made products. They not only precisely fulfil functional requirements or wishes, but also take the conceptual aims forward in detail.

Individual customised work or series production enhances zones for communication, working environments, exhibition rooms and interior or outdoor spaces.

Product Development

When specific situations demand something that does not yet exist, we develop tailor-made products.

They not only precisely fulfil functional requirements or wishes, but also take the conceptual aims forward in detail. Individual customised work or series production enhances zones for communication, working environments, exhibition rooms and interior or outdoor spaces.

Interdisciplinary Approach

Cooperation between different design disciplines at an early stage is a defining characteristic of our buildings: The architecture, the communication design, the interior and the “art for architecture” are not individual components that have been added to one another, but create the effect of a harmonious, unified whole.