After splitting off from the Bertelsmann Group, Sony Music wanted to set up at a new location and re-establish its own corporate identity which would be reflected in the location, the type of office design and the working culture. The prime objective of the spatial redevelopment was to change from the classic single and double offices that characterised the previous publishing house structure to an open, communicative office world.
The transition to a modern, flexible office was intended to strengthen and promote communication between departments and enable the company to respond flexibly to its future requirements.
Ophelis docks was the perfect fit for the brief, its modular system forming the foundations of third spaces in the office: Meeting points in the central zones, furniture for the think tanks and kitchenettes.
With upholstered furniture, seated and standing height tables and the “bricks” functional elements to provide power and with rotating lap tables, the working environment was enhanced to the comfort of a lounge, whereby the modular concept enables new "islands" to be created in the office at any time, individually configured in terms of their function and materials and yet uniform in design.
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