After the Pax-Christi Grand Parish was created from the merger of various individual parishes, the Friedrich-Spee-Haus, located close to the Kaiserdom cathedral, was selected as the future
location of the parish's central office. The premises include a public waiting area and front office, and the group office with its large meeting area and archive zone creates a communicative
environment for the complex administrative work of the parish.
Structured for communication
In order to allow daylight into all of the new work areas, the zoning of the various utilisation units was achieved by the careful positioning of storage furniture.
'basic cap' highboards as flush sliding-door cupboards with a linear character are used to separate the different work areas.
Standing-height cupboards also serve as a communications platform in the office.
Historic ambience, a contemporary visual design language and a functional work environment are not mutually exclusive.