The office of German Industrial Services Company, Ferrostaal, is a showcase of classic Modern Architecture rooted in the Bauhaus movement and reflected in the design concept by the use of materials such as granite, slate, birch, and glass. Classic modern furniture pieces [as well as a few bespoke ones] were also incorporated into the design. The layout —reception, private offices, workstations, conference rooms and a lunchroom — incorporates creative details such as concealed, built-in lighting and interlocking linear forms in the ceiling soffits and walls. The largely open plan design offers natural light and views to all employees through perimeter windows, while sophisticated, artificial lighting discreetly supplements nature’s own. The design concept, which is a predominantly neutral field palette with a few striking accent colours, promises an efficient and visually stimulating environment for employees and conveys a clear vision of the company’s corporate image.