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It's about Designing Activities

Office Design. 

New Work.



With our approach About Designing Activities we put your work processes at the center of our design process and make your rooms fit for true co-working and agile work.


Each company has its own culture and language, each team brings their own wishes and requirements. We look closely and create efficient, flexible and inspiring space concepts to give your office a distinctive DNA.





Who we are

We are a group of inspired people. Inspired by the idea of ​​creating new working environments in which everyone can feel comfortable; Places made for seniors and juniors, creative-types and the very focused, settled and freelancers, wild ones and in-depth relaxers, thought-leaders and all-rounders, city dwellers and country seekers.

Not without a hidden agenda. Every part of our design processes contains a wealth of knowledge about current working methods, agile working, ergonomics, work guidelines and the major and minor trends in work research. This is important to us and differentiates us from others.

Complex thins uncomplicated accomplished. An office extension is real co-working. It binds time and resources, with everyone involved. We stand for a productive, uncomplicated and purposeful cooperation with our clients.

Ines E. Lege

Diplom Architektin


Director Art and Planning

Michaela Apfler

B.Sc. Architektur

Creation and Planning

Maik Marten

Diplom Kaufmann


Managing Director and Consulting

Margrit Barner

M.Sc. Architektur

Creation and Planning


Return to Office

How does Covid-19 change the way people work together and what impact does this have on office design?

Stefan Rief from the Frauenhofer Institute for Labor Science and Organization presents the following theses on the office of the future on the occasion of the corona pandemic:

Even if the theses formulated by the Frauenhofer Institute represent only one conceivable scenario of our future, what they make clear undoubtedly, is, that the corona pandemic will accelerate the trend for flexible work in terms of time and space, which is originally pursued by the NewWork movement. The institute sees the corona pandemic as a "catalyst for a radically accelerated and widespread introduction" of future-proof office concepts.


Regardless of whether it is an office, the home workplace on the sofa or the favorite café around the corner, we will work more flexibly and alternately than before, depending on which location is best suited to our particular job and situation. The office loses its role as a permanent place of presence. Instead, it becomes the adopted home for creative people who are looking to be close to colleagues, to meet, exchange ideas and work together on new ideas.


For office design, this can only mean more variety, flexibility and inspiration. We are looking forward to it.

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What needs and demands do

today's knowledge workers place in their workplace?

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In our blog "Behind" we address these questions and look behind the scenes of future jobs. We also show current projects in their development phase.




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