Karsten Knocke|Karsten Knocke|Karsten Knocke|Karsten Knocke|Karsten Knocke|Karsten Knocke|Karsten Knocke||Once printers, the Berlin office of Covus keeps some industrial details|The ground floor serves as a reception area, cafe and events space|Coloured walls and a parquet floor soften the industrial steel staircases|With a futuristic starkness, the boardroom has a no-nonsense aesthetic|A sublime library has just enough room for a few book shelves and some chairs|The Bretterbude (‘shack’), with walls and floors made from melamine|Corridors have blackboard-covered walls carrying company missives||
23 Jul 2013

Industrial meets digital at Covus, Berlin

Words by Helen Parton

Editor’s picks

Vitra opens their new flagship UK Showroom in the historic London Tramshed building

The Office Group’s 210 Euston Road offers ample opportunity for a variety of working styles

Exhibitor line-up at Design London 21 – 24 September 2022

Sabine Marcelis, Lee Broom, Patricia Urquiola and more join Discussions at Design London

Why offices need to sound as good as they look

Design London returns to London Design Festival this September

Emil Eve Architects turn their shared studio into an inspiring workspace

Wellness and inclusivity are at the heart of the new Contentful hub in Berlin

Nordic bakery in Milan takes inspiration from Californian modernism


OnOffice - Commercial | Design | Architecture