New floor for creative minds

By furnishing new office spaces, Hausmann Architektur GmbH is fulfilling its responsibility towards sustainable construction and has also created a place where life and work combine.

Ceilings with Troldtekt acoustic panels in office buildings

To work creatively, innovatively and successfully in a team, you need competent employees, as well as the right environment. Hausmann Architektur GmbH is aware of this. This is why the architectural office, which specialises in new school buildings and has around 30 architects at locations in Aachen and Cologne, has expanded its office space in Aachen. On the ground floor of a brick building on Bendstraße, an additional multifunctional office floor has been built over an area of around 135 square metres.


Ample space for the team

In addition to new meeting and retreat rooms for meetings and video conferences, there is now also a large room, which has been created especially for team building activities. After frequently working alone from home during the long coronavirus phase, employees can finally take a break together again and either eat together at the large table or at the kitchen counter and exchange ideas. There are also flexible, modern workplaces where ideas for the school buildings of the future are developed. Further training, seminars, Christmas parties, celebrations and even concerts have already taken place in the new premises.


Environmental and comfort aspects

The light-flooded floor is open and simple overall. Large lattice windows and half-height glazed walls create transparency both inside and out. Dark window frames, radiators and floors create a contrast to the bright walls and furniture. Splashes of colour, such as chairs in different styles, green plants and a large multi-coloured carpet in the lounge area, create accents and contribute to the sense of wellbeing. The uncoated Troldtekt wood wool acoustic panels based on the FUTURECEM™ cement type also exude a natural cosiness. It also always provides an opportunity to talk to visitors to the architectural company about the acoustic and visual impact as well as sustainability and ecological building.