Paperworld 2019 - Future Office | Flexibility - Frankfurt am Main


Future office | Flexibility – The Paperworld trade fair is the world's most important information and communication platform for modern office design. Every year, the trade fair in Frankfurt / Main presents the latest products and trends in the national and international paper, office supplies and stationery industry. The special show "Future Office" addresses architects, facility managers, planners, and retailers of office supplies and equipment. After celebrating its successful premiere in 2017, the third edition of the show now focuses on the subject of "flexibility". It presents the diverse opportunities that the current change in the world of work entails in a stimulating and inspiring setting. The design concept of the special show has once again been the responsibility of the architectural office Matter and its principal, the internationally renowned architect André Schmidt from Berlin, together with World-Architects. The special area "Future Office" is located in Hall 3.0 Stand C51 and will provide lectures and new ideas on tomorrow's working world all-day during Paperworld from 26 to 29 January 2019.
 
Future Office: Flexibility I - Interview with Raphael Gielgen, Vitra GmbH
Future Office: Flexibility II - Interview with Giulio Castegini, Drees & Sommer

Monday, 28. January 2018 | Talks

Future Office Talks

  • Venue: Special exhibition Halls 3.0 | C51
  • Monday, 28 January, 10:30 - 17:00
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  • Lectures are held in German – Simultaneous translation into English
Registration and free day passes exclusively for Architects, Interior Designers and Facility Managers
 
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  • Giulio Castegini

  • Drees & Sommer, Offenbach | www.dreso.com
  • Monday, 28. January, 10:30 - 11:15
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  • «MULTISPACE | A common ground for “user flexibility & community”»
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  • "The office environment should reflect the identity of a company and its users. The spatial design and topics such as digitalisation and mobility influence the perception and behaviour of users. "SHARING" should not only be applied at the workplace, but should also concern other modules that shape the behaviour of today's users. Interaction and communication as well as flexibility for future growth should be implemented with a healthy mix of analogue and digital elements and innovative design solutions. We must enable areas of communication, regeneration, and concentration for creative, varied, and activity-based work. The genius loci "CREDO" also plays an important role in "WORKING" - where, how, and what you work should be spatially located and find answers that match the user spectrum and behaviour through the design vocabulary." Giulio Castegini
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Giulio Castegini

Professional background: since 2013 Senior Project Partner, Head of Design, Drees & Sommer | 2011-13 Project Partner, Drees & Sommer | 2002-11 CEO Mario Bellini Architects, Milan | 1999-02 Architectural studies, RWTH Aachen | Positions, focus: Interior design concepts | revitalisation of existing properties, new development | master planning | brand architecture || Personal reference projects (excerpt): Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt - refurbishment of Greentowers | Department of Islamic Arts, Louvre, Paris -architectural design | Commerzbank AG, nHH Plaza, Frankfurt - interior design of canteen | e-shelter, roll-out event area - interior design | Investa, SCII, Munich - interior design | Miroapartments, brand design Mercedes Benz, Kuwait - master planning, strategic planning

Paperworld 2019 Desk Sharing and Think Tank (Photo Rick Geenjaar © Drees & Sommer)

Paperworld 2019 Schulhof (Photo Rick Geenjaar © Drees & Sommer)

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  • Martin Henn

  • HENN, Berlin | www.henn.com
  • Monday, 28. January, 11:15 - 12:00
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  • «From Hierarchy to Network»
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  • "It's not the workplace that matters, it's the way to get there..." Today's work processes are less characterised by hierarchy and control than by self-organizing, open structures. The right level of communication and concentration is decisive for the innovative strength and productivity of a company. Future working environments must react flexibly to the different spatial requirements, release potentials for interaction and collaboration, and, at the same time, stabilise and build identity." Martin Henn
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Martin Henn

  • since 2008 Master ‘Advanced Architectural Design’ at Columbia University, New York City, USA
  • 2006 Diploma at the ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), studies of architecture at the University of Stuttgart and the ETH Zurich
  • 1979 born in Munich

Martin Henn studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart and at ETH Zurich, where he graduated with a Master's degree in 2006. In 2008, he earned his Master of Advanced Architectural Design at Columbia University in New York. Prior to HENN, he worked with Zaha Hadid Architects in London and Asymptote Architecture in New York. Martin Henn has been working for HENN since 2008 and now manages the design studios in Berlin, Munich, and Beijing as Head of Design. He became a partner in 2012 and is responsible for the departments Highrise and China. HENN is an internationally operating architectural practice with 65 years of expertise in the planning and implementation of buildings, master plans in the areas of culture, administration, teaching and research, development and production as well as urban planning. The office with branches in Munich, Berlin, and Beijing is managed by his father, Gunter Henn, and fifteen partners. 350 employees — architects, designers, planners, and engineers — from over 25 countries draw on the wealth of knowledge gathered from three generations of construction experience and a worldwide network of partners and experts with various professional backgrounds. Continuity combined with progressive design methods and interdisciplinary research projects form the basis for a permanent engagement with current issues as well as a decisive design approach: Shapes and spaces are not merely goals, but are developed from the processes, requirements, and cultural contexts of the respective project.

Paperworld 2019 Merck Innovation Center Darmstadt (Photo HG Esch © HENN)

Paperworld 2019 Zalando Hauptsitz Berlin (Image © HENN)

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  • Guided Tour 1

  • Guided tour at the innovation area «Future Office» and to selected exhibitors
  • Monday, 28 January, 12:00 - 13:00, Meeting Point: Hall 3.0, C51 - coffee break
 
  • Anika Hülser

  • HPP Architekten, Düsseldorf | www.hpp.com
  • Monday, 28. January, 13:00 - 13:45
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  • «Next generation – intuitive dealing with digital media»
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  • "What do we have to do to successfully integrate digitalisation into new working environments? And isn't this thought long obsolete? This is a question that the young generation hardly ever asks itself, but is rather seen as a prerequisite. Attractive working environments must be more than digital, flexible, and agile." Anika Hülser
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Anika Hülser

Anika Hülser, born in 1987 in Oberhausen, studied interior design and furniture design at the E.S.A. Saint Luc in Brussels. After having worked for Alain Berteau Designworks in Brussels, she was employed with Schwitzke & Partner in Düsseldorf as a project manager and finally as deputy team leader. She joined HPP in 2015, where she is responsible for interior design. In 2018, she was appointed Associate Partner of HPP Architekten GmbH.

Paperworld 2019 Sixt Headquarters Pullach (Image © HPP Architekten)

Paperworld 2019 Sixt Headquarters Pullach (Image © HPP Architekten)

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Photo © Markus Mansi
  • Oliver Kupfner

  • INNOCAD, Graz | www.innocad.at
  • Monday, 28. January, 13:45 - 14:30
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  • «Shifting from new work to human-centered design»
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  • "With the increasing complexity of everyday professional life, the holistic design of workplaces that focus on people and their needs is gaining in importance. This development influences and redefines the entire working environment. It is necessary to create places that improve people's physical, mental, cognitive, and social well-being. The integration of nature into the interior space is an essential aspect for reducing stress factors at the workplace. Using various projects as examples, the lecture highlights how qualitative concepts generate a balance between people, space, and technology." Oliver Kupfner
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Oliver Kupfner

Oliver Kupfner is a partner and project manager at INNOCAD Architecture with a broad range of activities and responsibilities.
He studied architecture at Graz University of Technology and completed his studies as a graduate engineer. From 1995 to 1998, he worked for various architectural firms in Graz. In 1998, he started working for architect Heinz Wondra, where he gained important professional experience. After Wondra's retirement in 2008, he joined the INNOCAD team.
Oliver Kupfner is responsible for international projects and oversees construction projects in the Middle East and Europe. In 2013, he became a partner at INNOCAD and is a key member of the team involved in all operational processes. His responsibilities range from appointments with clients and specialist consultants to regular meetings with the design team and office organisation. In addition, he is also responsible for client acquisition and representative tasks, including, among other things, project presentations and lectures.
Oliver Kupfner is the communicator at INNOCAD Architecture. What he appreciates most about his work is the challenge, the development of new ideas and their professional implementation.

Paperworld 2019 C&P Corporate Headquarters (Photo © PaulOtt)

Paperworld 2019 Headquarters Volksbank Bozen (Photo © PaulOtt)

Paperworld 2019 Headquarters Microsoft Vienna (Photo © PaulOtt)

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  • Guided Tour 2

  • Guided tour at the innovation area «Future Office» and to selected exhibitors
  • Monday, 28 January, 16:30 - 17:00, Meeting Point: Hall 3.0, C51

Tuesday, 29. January 2018 | Talks

Future Office Talks

  • Venue: Special exhibition Halls 3.0 | C51
  • Tuesday, 29 January, 10:30 - 16:00
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  • Lectures are held in German – Simultaneous translation into English
Registration and free day passes exclusively for Architects, Interior Designers and Facility Managers
 
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Photo © Andreas Horsky
  • Kilian Kada

  • kadawittfeldarchitektur, Aachen | www.kadawittfeldarchitektur.de
  • Tuesday, 29. January, 10:30 - 11:15
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  • «We call it work»
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  • "Experiences with one's own working environment are a kind of reality check. Adapted to the respective individual needs of the clients, they lead to future designs. In order to create the ideal conditions, we look at future working environments from various aspects: How can cooperation and retreat be organised in a stimulating and efficient way? Which limitations are necessary, which are variable? How can informal communication, which has generally been recognised as positive in working environments in recent years, be stimulated?" Kilian Kada
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Kilian Kada

Kilian Kada (born in 1975) studied architecture at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna in the Prix master class and at Columbia University, New York. He is responsible for the competition department at kadawittfeldarchitektur and is a member of the management board.
kadawittfeldarchitektur, founded in Aachen in 1999, is now a team of more than 150 employees and stands for much more than just architectural design. The combination of architecture, interior design, and design at the interface to urban planning and urban projects reflects the interdisciplinary approach and the broad spectrum of creative work. The office is not committed to a uniform signature. The design attitude of kadawittfeldarchitektur is based on the conviction that architecture has the ability and task to create added value beyond its functional purpose. Recently completed projects include the Neue Direktion in Cologne and the new Zollverein building in Essen.

Paperworld 2019 We call it work (Photo © kadawittfeldarchitektur)

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  • Sabine Krumrey

  • brandherm + krumrey interior architecture, Hamburg | www.b-k-i.de
  • Tuesday, 29. January, 11:15 - 12:00
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  • «WORK TO GO - The future of work from the viewpoint of Generation Z»
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  • "What demands does the young generation that is currently still undergoing education and training make on the future of modern working environments? In the run-up to ORGATEC 2018, Sabine Krumrey, in her function as a lecturer at AMD Hamburg (Interior Concept & Design), intensively explored this topic in a semester thesis with 24 students in their second semester. After analyses, research and discussions, "WORK TO GO" was developed as a slogan and a stand concept that, as a special stand for Koelnmesse, visualises the perspective of the "Generation Y + Z" for location-independent work in a variety of ways." Sabine Krumrey
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Sabine Krumrey

Interior design studies in Rosenheim | 1990 Diploma - Engineer Interior Design | Self-employed since 1993 | Foundation of BKI Cologne 1996 | Foundation of BKI Hamburg 2000 | 2008 Nominated for AIT INsider Award | Since 2014 Lecturer at AMD Hamburg in the Department of Interior Concept & Design

Paperworld 2019 Blood donation room University of Hamburg (Photo © Joachim Grothus)

Paperworld 2019 Ruby Hans Hamburg - Lounge_13 (Photo © brandherm + krumrey interior architecture)

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  • Guided Tour 3

  • Guided tour at the innovation area «Future Office» and to selected exhibitors
  • Tuesday, 29 January, 12:00 - 13:00, Meeting Point: Hall 3.0, C51 - coffee break
  • Mark Jenewein

  • love architetcure, Graz | www.love-home.com
  • Tuesday, 29. January, 13:00 - 13:45
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  • «Corporate Workspaces – from cell structure to open-plan office landscape!»
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  • "Many companies are striving for a cultural change from an often practiced individual office solution to an open-plan, informal and communication-oriented office landscape. The aim sounds relatively simple - a plethora of essential questions remain: how do you actually get employees to communicate? who actually meets whom, when and where? how can open communication and focused work be combined? So: what does an informal office structure have to achieve and how does it have to be organised? This is discussed using the examples of the Netzquartier of 50Hertz and the new WSW Wuppertal headquarters." Mark Jenewein
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Mark Jenewein

Born in Stuttgart in 1967 | 1988-98 Architectural studies at Graz University of Technology | 1991-95 Intensive involvement with fine arts - exhibitions in Vienna, Graz, Berlin | 1998 Styrian Art Award | 2000 Marketing training | 1998 Founding member and partner of LOVE architecture & urbanism ZT GmbH | 1999-02 Vice President of ZV-Steiermark (Styrian Central Association of Architects) | 2002 Founding member and Managing Director at 'brandfield built identity® development gmbh' | 2002 founding member of the network company 'Delta Solutions' | 2005 BBA degree in Media Management, Steinbeis / School of Management, Berlin | 2013 founding of LOVE architecture & urbanism ZT GmbH in Berlin

Paperworld 2019 50Hertz Berlin (Photo © HGEsch)

Paperworld 2019 50Hertz Berlin (Photo © HGEsch)

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  • Samir Ayoub

  • designfunktion, München | www.designfunktion.de

  • Tuesday, 29. January, 13:45 - 14:30
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  • «Working spaces are living spaces»
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  • "Is there THE office form of the future? Do we need the perfect working environment for every task, and what challenges do we face when implementing a so-called multi-space working environment? In eight out of ten projects that we work on as planners and furnishing specialists today, companies opt for open-plan landscapes. Agile working methods and mobile workplaces are considered state-of-the-art. This is also reflected in the increasing number of coworking and corporate coworking spaces." Samir Ayoub
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Samir Ayoub

SamirAyoub,born in Wuppertal in 1973, has been managing partner of the designfunktion Group since 2009. Previously, the trained wholesaler and export merchant gained his industry know-how at Vitra, Knoll International, and the Objektform-/Bene Group.

Under his management, the designfunktion group developed into one of the leading planning and furnishing companies in Germany and was able to establish itself as the market leader, especially in the field of modern office and working environments. For his successful expansion of the company, Samir Ayoub was awarded the Münchner Gründerpreis (Munich Founder's Prize) in the category "Succession/Acquisition" in 2010 and was thus able to manifest his reputation as a developer and specialist for corporate succession.

The company is now represented throughout Germany with more than 350 employees at 16 locations and in almost every metropolitan region. Customers include major international corporations and SMEs such as Allianz Global Digital Factory, Benninghoven, BrandTrust, Merck, Microsoft, Serviceplan, and Ströer.

Paperworld 2019 Ströer Berlin (Photo © AKIM Photography)

Paperworld 2019 Lufthansa Q Lab (Photo © Martin Kreuzer)

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  • Guided Tour 4

  • Guided tour at the innovation area «Future Office» and to selected exhibitors
  • Tuesday, 29 January, 14:30 - 16:00, Meeting Point: Hall 3.0, C51 - Get-together

Thomas Geuder Portrait Photo © Mathias Duerr

Thomas Geuder, Moderator & Guide, World-Architects, Stuttgart

  • Thomas Geuder, host & guide, World-Architects, Stuttgart As a specialist journalist for architecture, interior design, building, and design, he works as an author, presenter, and consultant. At German-Architects.com he has been part of the magazine's editorial team and the trade fair team since 2012. With his network "Der Raumjournalist" he brings building professionals together, since 2015 also at the architecture gallery «Die Raumgalerie» in Stuttgart.

Paperworld 2018 Image Clip

Paperworld 2018 (Duration: 2:50 min)

Meeting point office of the future

Today more than ever before, creating a good office workplace is a challenge for planners. The demands on the working environment have increased enormously in recent years. Not least, the digitisation of work has simplified many tasks and made others superfluous, but it also requires a new infrastructure. Furthermore, the ongoing digitisation of buildings allows conditions at one’s workplace that could hardly be more individual. Architects, interior designers, designers, clients, and facility managers - they all come together in the field of office planning. This requires precise mutual coordination. Today and all the more so in the "Future Office".


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  • For participating architects, interior designers and facility managers, the Architekten- und Stadtplanerkammer Hessen approved further training credits (4 credits/day).
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