Within the framework of this project, all of the creative design was entrusted to Bureau Stekke.
We worked directly with the customer and the site coordinator to strike a balance between the needs and the execution process of the project, which had short deadlines.
For its future offices, distributed over two floors, the customer wanted open working spaces for each section.
Not wanting to create one huge open space, we decided to divide each section into “copy corner”, “lounge” and “brainstorming” areas and “glazed offices”, to provide this political journalism organisation with an ergonomically designed working area most suited to their needs and expectations.
Goethe Institut has just taken possession of its new offices and classrooms at 58, Avenue des Arts.
At the start of the next academic year, their students will be received in these sleek, bright spaces where touches of colour and design have been meticulously chosen to enliven these discussion areas where students and teachers interact.
The development and design of the project led to a selection of resistant, insulating and aesthetic materials meeting the customer’s specifications.