Anna Stocher and Bene|Anna Stocher and Bene||||||||Unabashed modernism in Vienna’s historic textile district, Bene’s office is impossible to ignore|The vertical shutters are a nod to the neighbour’s intricate baroque columns|The central open-air atrium|Brights lights, big showroom: Bene’s ground floor reception|A service desk is a midway meeting point between all floors|Pick a box, any box: Bene’s glass meeting cubes are colour-coded to create different moods|Partitioned desks have letterbox openings for better communication|Second floor breakout space with green woven flooring and magazine racks||
06 Dec 2010

Bene’s Vienna HQ by RATAPLAN-Architektur ZT GmbH

Words by James McLachlan

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