At SAP in Walldorf, Germany, Scope Office for Architecture spray-painted a graffiti-inspired figure on the varnished oak enclosing three sides of a meeting pod.
Chairs by Studio Makkink & Bey create a break-out area.
Painted lyrics from Mozart Season’s “Cold Tears With Coffee Cake” back a coffee bar’s counter.
A screen-printed image of a circuit board appears on the tinted window of a programming room for two-person teams.
Cotton upholsters the benches and walls of a meeting pod with a custom oak-topped table for 12.
A smaller version seats six.
Cotton-wrapped MDF acoustical panels detail the ceiling in the billiard room.
Carpet is polyester felt.
Pendant fixtures by Ionna Vautrin hang above tables by Peter Gaebelein and Birgit Gämmerler and chairs by Hee Welling in a coffee bar.
A Corian counter, accommodating a structural column, demarcates one side of a meeting area.
Reclaimed larch planks meet painted insulation panels in the foosball room, with its stools by Formstelle.
A partition supports a counter while concealing support spaces and stairs from the office area.
Each meeting area sits on a noak platform.
Antonio Citterio designed the chairs in the programming rooms.
In an office area, a glass writing surface also protects a fish print.