The Ströer location in Berlin delivers editorial content to Ströer media, desktops and mobiles throughout the whole of Germany. The newsroom is the centrepiece of the premises. Picking up on this idea, the architects and interior architects from designfunktion used products from the Rossoacoustic Pad system and Nimbus Modul R Project luminaires. They evoke associations with delicate summer clouds hovering high above the heads of the employees and give a tangible quality to the Cloud philosophy behind the digitally produced information. Pads and luminaires with a similar form combine to create a harmonious overall impression in the office: Tobias Pagel reports: "Using the broad spectrum of Nimbus luminaires, we were able to pick up on the major difference in the various zones and areas in the office space without losing an overall design concept." Besides the conventional desktop workplaces, there are also conference rooms, communication zones and areas where employees can retreat and be on their own.
With a keen eye for detail, the interior architects designed each of these different areas with a particular theme. For example a cinema and a table tennis room were included in the spatial concept in addition to a ski cabin, a gym and a tree house. In other words, surroundings that stimulate creativity and are perfectly illuminated. Tobias Pagel, too, is very satisfied with the result: "The new design with Nimbus luminaires has enhanced the spatial quality enormously. In fact, along with acoustics, lighting was a very important point in the overall concept." The result is a modern, up-to-date and functional new working environment in which people can concentrate on thinking and working creatively without disturbance.