Filigree timber details as contrast to glass architecture

For the Munich location of the German Technical Inspection Association TÜV SÜD, DMP Architekten developed the NEWTON office building.

In addition to the desired DGNB Platinum certification for sustainability, the concept builds on the requirements for a future-oriented working environment. In addition to its own conference center NewCon and the restaurant NewTaste, this also includes the barista bar NewTonic. Kitzig Design Studios, responsible for furnishing the gastronomic areas, opted for OKAWOOD glass partitions that serve as room dividers and privacy screens. The insulating glass with a filigree wood grid in the space between the panes picks up the vertical wood cladding of the entrance area and contributes with this detail to the overall identity of the building.