Attention is not only given to the open and flexible working environment concept for the approx. 300 employees, but also to their health and well-being. The supporting structure, facades, exterior walls and ceilings are mainly made of wood. Further health-promoting materials with a positive influence on the indoor climate, such as clay, are also used in the interior design. The roof surfaces are greened and a generous roof terrace with plant beds and seating is available to the users as an open recreational space. The neighbourhood also benefits from the new utilisation concept: In addition to the lobby, there is also a café on the ground floor, which develops into a cafeteria in the courtyard area.
HPP has been commissioned as the lead consultant for the project. The construction work was contracted to a general contractor on the basis of a FLB (functional performance specification) in the form of a partnering model with the client.