The office building at Trockenloostrasse 21, 8105 Regensdorf in Switzerland was built at the end of the 1980s. Some of the infrastructure was outdated and in need of renovation. Individual floors were originally let to third parties and still had the interior fittings of the tenants at the time. In addition, they were repeatedly adapted or converted to the specific needs of the three companies (Amberg Engineering, Amberg Technologies and Hagerbach Test Gallery). As a result, some of the rooms were convoluted and not well used.
In order to meet today's working techniques and processes, a new interior design became necessary. The spatial proximity of the different departments and companies and new common rooms should improve exchange and cooperation in the future. In the course of this, it was decided to also transfer the Amberg Group to the company headquarters. In the spirit of sustainability, it was also decided to improve the energy efficiency of the building.
The space concept allows for working that meets changing individual needs. The premises also allow individual use in conjunction with home office / remote work
The walls were built with clay instead of gypsum. Clay has more weight, longer drying phases and is more difficult to work with, but the many advantages, such as humidity and temperature regulation, high sound insulation, absorption of odours, and easy disposal, pay off in the end.
Use of wood for walls, glass-front-systems and furniture