The interior design intervention follows the maxim of respecting the quality and dimension of the new building and, through the exclusive use of additive, space-creating measures, of making the separation of core and shell perceivable. A concentrated range of materials and colors, which picks up on the company’s defined tonalities, divides the footprint into zones and creates “threshold moments” that preserve straight lines and enable conscious entry. The color areas, which run in bands across the floor, wall, ceiling, and furniture, give individual areas a homogeneous, monochrome look in curt contrast with the rough concrete core of the existing building. OKA manufactured sliding door cabinets based on BaseLine
and open units with magnetic side panels especially for this environment.