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Ippolito Fleitz Group | Innocean Headquarters Europe

Interiors © Robert Hoernig
© Robert Hoernig

© Robert Hoernig

The internationally operating advertising agency INNOCEAN with headquarters in Korea has moved into new European headquarters in Frankfurt, Main. A flexible and modern work world was created for the young, design-conscious company, which fits the different work zones within the agency.

© Robert Hoernig

© Robert Hoernig

© Robert Hoernig

© Robert Hoernig

Dynamism and movement are key features of the design, which assimilates employees and visitors the second they enter the spacious reception hall. These design elements guide you through the open work zones and the specially created employee library right up to the in-house gym on the fifth floor, which offers an amazing view over Frankfurt.

© Robert Hoernig

© Robert Hoernig

© Robert Hoernig

© Robert Hoernig

Polygonal spatial elements and a wide range of materials represent the high design standards of the agency itself. Open and transparent work areas, paired with semi-public and completely discreet conference zones promote a creative and communicative working atmosphere.

© Robert Hoernig

© Robert Hoernig

© Robert Hoernig

© Robert Hoernig

© Robert Hoernig

© Robert Hoernig

Location: Frankfurt, Main, Germany
Architect: Ippolito Fleitz Group
Team: Andrew Bardzik, Anke Stern, David Schwarz, Frank Peisert, Sebastian Tiedemann, Yuliya Lytyuk, Gunter Fleitz, Peter Ippolito, Daniela Schröder, Tim Lessmann
Client: Innocean Worldwide Europe GmbH
Project: Innocean Headquarters Europe
Size: 2800 m² / sqm
Year: 2013
Photographer: Robert Hoernig
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