For the Riemser Pharma company premises in Greifswald, Reuter Schoger architects converted a 1950s fabric warehouse, close to the railway station, into office space. The architects used the
aesthetics of the railway premises, the inner structure of the sturdy reinforced-concrete columns and the atmosphere of the open warehouse storeys to create a space with a rugged, open, robust
and industrial appeal. Combined with the new elements, this created an inspiring office environment, rich in contrast.
In the conference rooms, lowboards from the basic cap product line are fixed to the walls. The multi-occupancy rooms are structured with
basic S gliding and sliding-door cupboards. Wall-height wall-units with hinged doors were custom manufactured to fit into the wall recesses.