As part of the expansion of an internationally active law firm, a Conference & Meeting Area is being developed on Maximilianstrasse. The office areas were the subject of prestigious interior construction in 2005, and this is now being followed by a complete redesign of the top floor of the Bürkleinbau. The characteristic roof structure with its visible steel girders and the resulting generous ceiling heights and gallery areas in combination with the use of high-grade materials make a special experience of the interior design.
Three large and one small conference room, a library on and below the gallery level, plus rooms equipped for office use allow room for the new reception and representation area. The choice of materials corresponds particularly elegantly with the surface finish.
The steel, as a constructive element for the stock supports, gallery and banisters is complemented by a combination of dark wenge for the floor, white corian for the counter, fabric-covered metallic-looking panels and special spatula techniques for the walls. Large sliding glass partition walls open up the conference area towards the gallery, thus providing a large continuous unbroken space for company-internal events. Despite the comprehensive room programme, the open, generous character of the room is retained, thus contributing to the loft-like, cool modern room atmosphere.
Client: law firm
Task: entrance lobby, conference areas, library
Date of Completion: 2012
Landau + Kindelbacher Architects Interior Designers