OPEN OFFICE SOLUTIONS
Integrated into the existing architecture, the listed 1950s building of the Evangelische Bank was redesigned and sustainably converted. – Inside, the building’s architecture impresses with modern open-office solutions that optimally support new forms of communicative and agile working in the digital age. Spacious workspaces without dividing walls support cross-departmental collaboration. In addition, there are retreats with seating and coffee bars, separate meeting rooms and noise-insulated alcoves. The new working environments offer the best conditions for the requirements of modern, digital and customer-centred banking. The concept is supported by state-of-the-art energy-efficient technology and an innovative lighting concept that combines light and acoustics.
The new form
communicative and agile working
SUSTAINABLE AND EFFICIENT
The new building is impressive not only because of its architecture, but also because of its sustainable properties. In terms of energy, it meets the highest sustainability criteria. Natural materials such as wood and sandstone underline the sustainable character of the building, which strikingly underscores EB’s sustainability profile. Efficiency and economy were also consistently pursued in the lighting design and implementation by SATTLER. Furthermore, the focus of the lighting design was on a harmonious, multifunctional solution that emphasises the modernised building architecture from the outside as well as in the interior and conveys a feel-good atmosphere to both customers and employees.
Light, acoustics and environmental sensors as an optical unit. Measure brightness, detect movement, control light, sense temperature, measure humidity. With special DALI 2 sensor modules integrated almost invisibly into the luminaires, a wide variety of measurements are possible. The data collected in the central control unit thus allow access to intelligent control of e.g. light intensity, colour temperature, air conditioning and heating. The prerequisite for a perfect room climate.