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Neue Arbeitswelt 205 / Office interior

Neue Arbeitswelt 205
Neue Arbeitswelt 205

Discipline: Interior Architecture

Discipline: Interior Architecture

Neue Arbeitswelt 205 is a work environment developed for Bosch Automotive Steering in a 3200-square-meter former production hall. The aim was to create a future-ready work environment with a concise, forward-looking design. The design needed to facilitate short distances, a constant exchange of ideas and a wide range of types of work. A central path meanders through the hall and connects different development teams. The interior design has been custom-fit to meet the client's needs. In addition to the rooms designed as workshops, there are many other allusions to the world of cars and driving.

  • DATE OF LAUNCH 2017

  • DEVELOPMENT TIME up to 12 months

  • TARGET REGIONS Europe, Specific country/region: Germany

  • TARGET GROUPS Consumer / User, Specific sub-group: engineers and developer

Client / Manufacturer

Robert Bosch

Robert Bosch
Automotive Steering GmbH
Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany

Design

Studio Alexander Fehre GmbH

Studio Alexander Fehre GmbH
Stuttgart, Germany

Alexander Fehre Calina Hohberg Magdalena Parrotna Inna Strokous Rita Enns Roger Dittrich

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