How can office work be further decentralized and aerated for a time after Corona?
The outsourcing of single work levels can help to contain infectious events. In addition to home office structures, shifting client traffic also offers possibilities.
studio aisslinger designed a lobby for My.B Berlin as a flexible addition to the office space.
Instead of being a check-in hall that quickly and efficiently routes arriving guests to their respective destinations, this lobby invites to linger.
In its openness and transparency, it marks a soft transition between the building’s inside and its outside. With café, lounge and coworking areas, it breathes its own urban atmosphere. Looking at the landscaped inner courtyard, the sofa corners invite to have a break or to engage in easy conversation while business exchange can be done at the hightables and the work-and-connect area.
A meeting room, which also serves as conference location, allows for holding customer workshops on-site and yet, in a secure distance to one’s own premises. In the multifunctional interspace of the entrance area, customers and business partners can be received without disturbing the inner, protected work processes in the office. The lobby becomes a colorful and flexible extension of the post-pandemic office.