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SPIEGEL-Kantine / Canteen

SPIEGEL-Kantine
SPIEGEL-Kantine
SPIEGEL-Kantine
SPIEGEL-Kantine
SPIEGEL-Kantine

Discipline: Interior Architecture

SPIEGEL-Kantine
SPIEGEL-Kantine

Discipline: Interior Architecture

The SPIEGEL Group moved into its new publishing house in Hamburg’s HafenCity development. The employees’ canteen was and is a calling card of the SPIEGEL Group, reflecting its journalistic philosophy as much as its culture of dialogue. It is a space that meets all functional demands while creating a strong visual impact to form a truly distinguishing space. In doing so, it supports the mature culture of communication within the company and in a grand gesture transmits these values to the outside world. The ceiling design is the distinguishing moment of the space. It is formed of 4,230 circles made of micro-perforated aluminum.

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SPIEGEL-Verlag Rudolf Augstein GmbH

SPIEGEL-Verlag Rudolf Augstein GmbH
Hamburg, Germany

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Ippolito Fleitz Group – Identity Architects

Ippolito Fleitz Group – Identity Architects
Stuttgart, Germany

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Pfarré Lighting Design

Pfarré Lighting Design
München, Germany