Case study: interior arrangement of the Siemens campus in Erlangen

  • Case study: interior arrangement of the Siemens campus in Erlangen

The largest Siemens project keeps growing with each month. Over the next few years the campus in Erlangen, Germany, is going to become a large, vibrant district with office infrastructure. Nowy Styl was asked to supply furniture for the new facilities, starting from the very first phase of the project. Please explore the case study, where we decided to reveal more about it.

The Erlangen campus is the largest project in the 175-year history of Siemens. By 2030 it will gradually have become a vibrant district full of the latest technologies and innovations in construction and energy management. In the long-run, the campus is envisaged as the first Siemens facility in the world that is 100% neutral as regards CO2 emissions. The employees are already testing the potential of this place in the first office buildings.

Our company – Nowy Styl, as a leader of ergonomic solutions for offices and public spaces, was invited to collaborate with Siemens on this project. We provided furniture for 41 floors of office space in 8 buildings included in Module 1 of the campus. We supplied functional workstations, ergonomic chairs and desks, as well as many pieces of furniture for meeting rooms and supplementary zones So far we have provided more than 27 000 pieces of furniture!

  • 8 buildings forming Module 1 of the Campus Erlangen
  • 7 000 places for employees
  • 3 413 pedestals, lockers and cabinets
  • 5 304 acoustic panels and room dividers
  • 7 352 electrically powered tables, conference tables and side tables
  • 11 350 chairs, sofas and other seating furniture for the different working environments
  • Feel free to explore the case study, which includes an analysis of the interiors. Join us in a tour of the spaces designed for small and large meetings, creative brainstorming, chillout, project work and individual effort.

    We would also like to show you the scale of this project and share a few interesting details related to the major project in the history of Siemens.
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