Green is also a defining element of the interior design. It meanders through the rooms and noticeably benefits the indoor climate and the people. Green elements, such as plant walls and plant stalagmites, also create new spaces and pathways, providing structure and purifying the air. Walking through the foyer and the new corridor of the “aer” feels like strolling through a park. Green is in the aer. And it’s pretty popular. Not only with the young talents that companies are trying to attract. Real plants also greatly improve health and well-being, which benefits customers and the working atmosphere. Studies have proven the positive effects of indoor plants as a defining style element. They increase productivity, reduce stress, improve the air quality and acoustics. Preinstallations enable automatic plant care and watering.
Where there is green, we need little else. The understated Japandi style blends perfectly into the green base structure of the interiors. In keeping with the Japanese aesthetic concept „Limit everything to the essential, but do not remove the poetry“, we say: less is more. A few select pieces of wooden furniture that radiate timelessness and warmth all at once. Smooth surfaces and organic shapes that you cannot help but touch; spacious seating areas that invite you to linger; a green signage system for orientation; counters, stairs, shelves and niches enrich the rooms and create unusual vistas and spatial experiences – a casual and harmonious flair. In the areas of public activity, such as the lobby and the lift lobbies, natural and light materials and colours underline the spaciousness of the room concept.