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m.zone

Future offices need to provide employees with differentiated, versatile work environments which offer supportive settings for a variety of activities. Rigid spatial structures are disappearing. Space needs to be designed around the tasks that are to be performed. “Activity Based Working” is the order of the day. With m.zone, Wiesner-Hager has developed a mould-breaking interior design concept for offices which is perfectly suited to the organisation of agile businesses.

m.zone consists of individual elements such as room dividers, modular and standalone furniture pieces, which can be combined flexibly to create new working environments to suit client’s individual ideas and needs.
As it is highly versatile, m.zone is ideal for a wide range
of application areas within the office architecture: Open
plan offices, collaborative spaces and lounges, as well as
reception and waiting areas.

Conference in the rocking chair: Activity Based Working.

What am I working on at the moment? What is my space requirement? And what does the best place for this activity look like? These questions are devoted to “Activity Based Working”. We asked around and put together everything about implementing ABW that needs to be considered.  

Activity Based Working is nothing more than the mental transition from my desk to our office.
Bernhard Herzog, Head of Research and Development at M.O.O.CON

Concentrated work and telephoning.

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