Paperworld 2020 - Future Office | Smart Solutions - Frankfurt am Main


Smart Solutions – A special trade fair highlight for architects, interior designers, office planners and facility managers at the Paperworld trade fair from 25 - 28 January, 2020 is the Future Office innovation area jointly designed by Messe Frankfurt, Matter – Büro für Architektur und Städtebau and World-Architects, this time under the important motto of Smart Solutions. Visitors to the specialist lectures on Monday, 27 January and Tuesday, 28 January 2020 delivered by eight nationally and internationally renowned architects and planners will thus gain valuable inspiration on the current state of office planning. After each lecture block, visitors can participate in a Guided Tour by World-Architects in the innovation area as well as to selected exhibitors to gain insights into the concrete answers of the office industry.

While the digitalization of the building industry has gained momentum at all levels, the digital transformation is also clearly noticeable in the world of work. Networking, interactivity and automation enable new forms of office design and teamwork. Decisive for the success of these new office landscapes will be how people, machines and interiors can interact. The aim is to find the optimum balance between digital and analog solutions in order to make work itself as smooth as possible. Ideally, these smart solutions are based on holistic approaches which reconcile communication, office space and wellbeing. Physiological comfort, building automation, cloud-working, home office, outsourcing or digital coworking are just a few of the core topics that planners of contemporary office space have to deal with. Once again, the Future Office innovation area designed by architect André Schmidt from Berlin impressively demonstrates which tools are necessary to create such a smart office landscape that optimizes the processes in an organization and simultaneously inspires employees.

Visitors to the World-Architects lectures will get profound impetus from professionals from architecture and office planning and can then be inspired by the industry partners in the Future Office innovation area and the exhibition halls of Paperworld.


Monday, 27 January 2020 | Talks

Future Office Talks

  • Venue: Innovation area, Halle 3.0 | C51
  • Monday, 27 January, 10:30 - 17:00
  • 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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Klaus Dederichs - Portrait
  • Klaus Dederichs

  • Drees & Sommer SE, Aachen | www.dreso.com
  • Monday, 27 January, 10:30 - 11:15
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  • How office buildings learn to think – "The office of the future must meet many requirements: It should promote creativity and productivity, at the same time create an atmosphere of well-being and adapt flexibly to the needs of employees at all times. With the help of Internet of Things technologies and artificial intelligence (AI), the office will be able to learn from the data of the company, the users and the environment and react independently to the needs of its users and their behavior in the future." Klaus Dederichs, Dipl.-Ing. (FH), partner at Drees & Sommer SE
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Klaus Dederichs

Klaus Dederichs joined Drees & Sommer in 2015 as Head of ICT, heads the Aachen branch and has been a partner of the planning and consulting company specializing in construction and real estate since 2019. He is responsible in particular for the areas of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Digitalization, Business Transformation, IoT and Big Data, Industry 4.0 and Data Center, Preparation Phase and Planning Phase. Klaus Dederichs studied physical engineering at Aachen University of Applied Sciences and worked for several years in various engineering offices. From 1999 onwards he was responsible for numerous projects concerning the life cycle of real estate at an international consulting and planning company, first as project and department manager, later as managing director, authorized signatory and partner. As head of the data processing center, he was responsible for the development and conception of data center planning. Klaus Dederichs developed the congress for the construction and operation of computer centers (Management Forum Starnberg), which he still organizes and presents as congress director.

Quartier Heidestraße in Berlin – Vogelschau (Visualisierung © Drees & Sommer) Quartier Heidestraße in Berlin – bird’s eye view (visualization © Drees & Sommer)

Quartier Heidestraße in Berlin – Übersicht (Visualisierung © Drees & Sommer) Quartier Heidestraße in Berlin – overview (visualization © Drees & Sommer)

Quartier Heidestraße in Berlin (Visualisierung © Drees & Sommer) Quartier Heidestraße in Berlin (visualization © Drees & Sommer)

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Dr. Sandra Breuer - Portrait
  • Sandra Breuer

  • combine Consulting GmbH, Berlin | www.combine-consulting.com
  • Monday, 27 January, 11:15 - 12:00
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  • Workplace? Work takes place! – "The more digitalization permeates our living and working environments and the more our focus shifts towards innovative and creative tasks, the more we experience a longing for analog, sensual and meaningful environments. Working no longer takes place only at one’s desk in the office. Working environments are above all places for personal encounters, communication and collaboration; they are places that are emotionally charged and make it possible to experience identity and belonging to one's colleagues. The office as a cultural hotspot." Sandra Breuer, Dr. rer. pol. MAS Architecture ETH, Managing Partner at combine Consulting GmbH
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Sandra Breuer

Dr. Sandra Breuer is a mastermind and has a keen eye for the future of work. Her thesis: Modern working environments go far beyond architecture and design. They are the essential element of organizational development, at the center of which is the question: How do we want to work tomorrow?

Since 2018, Dr. Breuer has been managing partner at combine Consulting GmbH, a leading international management consultancy active in the real estate industry. Dr. Breuer has many years of international experience as an executive and masters all processes of real estate economics. At combine Consulting she develops strategies and concepts for commercially used real estate. Her consulting activities focus on the development of location strategies and the user-specific conceptual design of modern working environments.

The expert for future-oriented office concepts provides orientation and inspiration in numerous keynote speeches. Her impulses are always fresh, inspiring and personal. Dr. Breuer always draws inspiration from her own projects with national and international corporations and from the exchange with her excellent network of top experts and leaders.

OSRAM (Foto © Burko Jaeger) OSRAM Lighthouse, München (Foto: Burko Jaeger Fotografie)

Scout 24 (Foto: Burko Jaeger) Scout24, München (Foto: Burko Jaeger Fotografie)

IKEA (Foto © Burko Jaeger) IKEA, German Headquarters, Wallau (photo: Burko Jaeger Photography)

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  • Guided Tour 1

  • 12:00 - 13:00
  • Guided tour at the innovation area «Future Office» and to selected exhibitors | coffee break
  • Meeting Point: Innovation area
 
Prof. Martin Haas - Portrait
  • Martin Haas

  • haascookzemmrich STUDIO2050, Stuttgart | www.haascookzemmrich.com
  • Monday, 27 January, 13:00 - 13:45
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  • Open, straightforward, resource-conserving and for people: The new building of the Alnatura working environment – "In Darmstadt, the Alnatura working environment is an architectural milestone in terms of sustainability, material efficiency, openness and modern forms of work. One of the special features of the building on the Alnatura Campus designed by haascookzemmrich STUDIO2050 is the use of an innovative rammed earth façade, which was the first in the world to be fitted with a geothermal wall heating system.
    The building on the site of the former Kelley Barracks adheres to the principles of a holistic, sustainable architecture, which is expressed, among other things, in the DGNB certification in platinum. The Alnatura working environment was developed in a resource-conserving manner using natural or recycled materials. Architecturally, the building's open character is captivating: In contrast to the earth building character of the exterior façade, the interior of the working world is bright, with curved levels and a wide-span wooden roof supported by slender columns. A light-flooded atrium forms the center, around which the working world extends on three levels with a total of 10,000 m²." Martin Haas, Prof. Dipl. Ing. Arch., partner at haascookzemmrich STUDIO2050
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Martin Haas

Martin Haas studied architecture in Stuttgart and London.

As a partner at Behnisch Architekten from 1997-2012, Martin Haas was responsible for the Nord/ LB in Hanover, the Unilever Headquarters, the Marco Polo Tower in Hamburg and the Ozeaneum aquarium in Stralsund, among others. He was also co-curator of the very successful traveling exhibition "Ecology, Design, Synergy".

Haas focuses his work on the development of innovative, sustainable architecture. After six years of partnership, Martin Haas, together with David Cook and Stephan Zemmrich, founded his own office "haascookzemmrich STUDIO2050" in April 2012 with projects at home and abroad. As a partner, Martin Haas is responsible among other things for the Alnatura Campus project in Darmstadt, which was opened in January 2019 and has met with a very positive public response, as well as for the new buildings of the Promega German headquarters and the visitor center for Rapunzel Naturkost GmbH.

As a co-founder of the DGNB (German Sustainable Building Council), Martin Haas is a member of the steering committee and since 2013 its vice president. Since 2008 he has held a visiting professorship at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, USA and at the Universita di Sassari in Italy.

Martin Haas has been a member of the Architectural Advisory Board in Karlsruhe since 2017.

Alnatura in Darmstadt – Atrium (Foto: Roland Halbe) Alnatura in Darmstadt – atrium (photo: Roland Halbe)

Alnatura in Darmstadt – Fassade (Foto: Roland Halbe) Alnatura in Darmstadt – façade (photo: Roland Halbe)

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Prof. Jan Kleihues - Portrait
  • Jan Kleihues

  • Kleihues + Kleihues, Berlin | www.kleihues.com
  • Monday, 27 January, 13:45 - 14:30
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  • Everything will come to an end ... – "Nothing is as constant as change ... (Heraclitus) – architecture must not fall for this change. For it is precisely the continuity of architecture that determines its quality. Good architecture must therefore always mean to be enduring in the face of fast-moving tendencies and short-term trends. Various office buildings, ranging from the Federal Intelligence Service Headquarters to the future high-rise building at the Nordhafen in Berlin, demonstrate qualities in planning and execution that promise both: good architecture of lasting quality and internal flexibility." Jan Kleihues, Prof. Dipl.- Ing., Managing Director at Kleihues + Kleihues
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Jan Kleihues

The Berlin-based architect Jan Kleihues gained his first experience with Peter Eisenmann/New York, Daniel Libeskind/Berlin, John Hejduk/New York and Rafael Moneo/Madrid. In 1996 Jan Kleihues and Josef Paul Kleihues founded the architectural office Kleihues + Kleihues together with Norbert Hensel. Since Josef P. Kleihues' death, Jan Kleihues and Norbert Hensel have continued the office as managing partners. Jan Kleihues is dedicated to the holistic nature of architecture, with his designs ranging from urban planning through to "door handles"; he taught as a visiting professor at the Technical University of Applied Sciences Berlin, the University of Bologna/Italy and the Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin and has been a professor at the Potsdam School of Architecture since 2011. In addition to his university activities, he regularly gives guest lectures at home and abroad and is a member of various national and international juries. After serving on the architectural advisory board in Munich, Jan Kleihues was a member of the advisory board in Münster from 2011-2016 and a member of the advisory council for urban development and the environment in Berlin from 2012-2017.

Zentrale des Bundesnachrichtendienst in Berlin (Foto: Stefan Müller) Federal Intelligence Service Headquarters in Berlin (photo: Stefan Müller)

Bürogebäude am Nordhafen in Berlin – Parkansicht (Visualisierung: Kleihues + Kleihues) Office building at Nordhafen in Berlin – view from the park (visualization: Kleihues + Kleihues)

Bürogebäude am Nordhafen in Berlin – Büro (Visualisierung: Kleihues + Kleihues) Office building at Nordhafen in Berlin – office (visualization: Kleihues + Kleihues)

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  • Guided Tour 2

  • 14.30 -15.45
  • Guided tour at the innovation area «Future Office» and to selected exhibitors
  • Meeting Point: Innovation area

Tuesday, 28 January 2020 | Talks

Future Office Talks

  • Venue: Innovation area, Halle 3.0 | C51
  • Tuesday, 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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Julian Weyer - Portrait
  • Julian Weyer

  • C. F. Møller Architects, Aarhus | www.cfmoller.com
  • Tuesday, 28 January, 10:30 - 11:15
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  • From corporate headquarters to patio – how the HQ became a campus – "The ideal of the office building is changing fundamentally, now that the office is basically everywhere – today it is the basis of cooperation, communication and common identity, a place of knowledge as much as a place of creativity. Inspired by universities and colleges, the future office becomes a green campus, where inside and outside are equally important to promote stimulation and teamwork." Julian Weyer, Arkitekt maa, partner at C. F. Møller Architects
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Julian Weyer

Julian Weyer was born in 1969 in Berlin and has lived in Denmark since 1975. He studied at the Aarhus School of Architecture and graduated as an Architect MAA in 1994. In addition to teaching at the Aarhus School of Architecture, he worked as a freelance architect and with C. F. Møller Architects before becoming a partner in 2007.

In addition to extensive experience in architecture, landscape architecture and urban planning, Julian Weyer has won numerous competition prizes and awards for his designs. He works on construction projects around the world, but mainly in Denmark, Germany and the UK. Julian Weyer gives lectures worldwide and is the author of numerous publications and books. His awards to date include the European Architecture Award, the Iconic Award, the International Architecture Award, the Civic Trust Award, the RIBA International Award, the Aarhus Municipality Architecture Award, the Residential of the Year WAN AWARD, the Commercial of the Year WAN AWARD, the Worldwide Brick Award and the Danish Academy Council Prize.

Bestseller in Aarhus (Foto: Adam Mørk) Bestseller in Aarhus (photo: Adam Mørk)

Mærsk Tower – Innenraum Copenhagen (Foto: Adam Mørk) Mærsk Tower – interior Copenhagen (photo: Adam Mørk)

Carlsberg Copenhagen (Visualisierung © C.F. Møller) Carlsberg Copenhagen – garden side (visualization © C.F. Møller)

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Jennifer Ester - Portrait
  • Jennifer Ester

  • KSP Jürgen Engel, Frankfurt am Main | www.ksp-architekten.de
  • Tuesday, 28 January, 11:15 - 12:00
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  • The ever new world of work – the workplace as a reflection of corporate culture – "The world of work is subject to constant change. The changing zeitgeist keeps spawning an ever "new" world of work. However, it is not only over time that the working environment changes but also from company to company. KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten therefore develop a specific working environment for each task. Jennifer Ester presents a series of projects that illustrate the broad spectrum of today's working methods and corporate cultures." Jennifer Ester, Dipl.-Ing. Innenarchitektur (FH), Head of Interior Design at KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten
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Jennifer Ester

Jennifer Ester, Head of Interior Design, has been working for KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten in Frankfurt am Main since 2013. She studied interior design at RheinMain University in Wiesbaden and at the CVPA (College of Visual and Performing Arts) UMass in Dartmouth, Massachusetts/USA. She has headed the Interior Design Team since 2017 and is responsible for projects focusing on interior design and product design.

Entwurf Google Berlin – Axonometrie (Visualisierung © KSP Jürgen Engel) Design Google Berlin – Axonometry (visualization © KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten)

Innovationszentrum WIKA Klingenberg (Visualisierung © KSP Jürgen Engel) WIKA Klingenberg Innovation Center (visualization © KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten)

Deutsche Börse Eschborn – Ausschnitt (Foto © Jean-Luc Valentin) Deutsche Börse Group Eschborn – atrium (photo © Jean-Luc Valentin)

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  • Guided Tour 3

  • 12:00 - 13:00
  • Guided tour at the innovation area «Future Office» and to selected exhibitors | coffee break
  • Meeting Point: Innovation area
Herwig Spiegl - Portrait
  • Herwig Spiegl

  • AllesWirdGut Architektur ZT GmbH, Wien | www.awg.at
  • Tuesday, 28 January, 13:00 - 13:45
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  • Work Life Balance – "In a world that is more and more characterized by ultra-fast change, consistency is becoming the most valuable good. Paired with the desire of many people for flexible work design, those who have to conceive environments to be built for this are confronted with exciting challenges. Today, work has above all become mobile, the smartphone a symbol of a working environment that is theoretically always present and at the same time constantly changing. However, working from anywhere does not mean that the location is no longer important. Quite the opposite. The more flexibility we allow and ask people to have with regard to working hours and location, the more important it becomes to offer the individual a defined place in his environment of seemingly infinite possibilities, which conveys a feeling of 'home' through reliability and consistency." Herwig Spiegl, DI Architect, principal/founding partner of AllesWirdGut Architektur ZT GmbH
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Herwig Spiegl

*1973, Innsbruck | Founding partner of AllesWirdGut Architektur ZT GmbH | Studied architecture in Vienna (TU Vienna), Montreal (McGill University) and London (Bartlett School of Architecture) | 1999 Foundation of the office "AllesWirdGut" in Vienna | 2014 Visiting professorship at the Institute for Housing Construction, TU Vienna | 2015 Foundation of the Munich branch | Member of the Architectural Advisory Board of the City of Stuttgart since 2017 | Speaker at international lectures and panel discussions

Funke Media Office in Essen (Foto © Tschinkersten Fotografie) Funke Media Office in Essen (photo © Tschinkersten Fotografie)

Doppelmayr Büro Hohe Brücke in Wolfurt (Foto © Marc Lins) Doppelmayr Hohe Brücke Office in Wolfurt (photo © Marc Lins)

Mobiles Wohnen (Foto © Tschinkersten Fotografie) Mobile Living (photo © Tschinkersten Fotografie)

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Prof. Tobias Wulf - Portrait
  • Tobias Wulf

  • wulf architekten, Stuttgart | www.wulfarchitekten.com
  • Tuesday, 28 January, 13:45 - 14:30
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  • Openness as a principle – "Office buildings have been part of our fields of work right from the start. The office buildings we have implemented show the constantly changing spectrum of workplaces over time. Our focus is on sustainable, clean building structures that allow maximum flexibility of use. This significantly extends the life cycle of the building. An interior quality that creates an inspiring atmosphere is indispensable for this." Tobias Wulf, Architect, Prof. Dipl.-Ing., managing partner at wulf architekten
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Tobias Wulf

Tobias Wulf, born in 1956, studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart from 1975-81. After graduating, he worked in architectural offices such as Auer and Weber as well as Gottfried Böhm. In 1987 Tobias Wulf founded his own office on the basis of successful competitions. Today, wulf architekten are a renowned, internationally active architectural practice. At four locations in Stuttgart, Berlin and Basel, around 150 employees work on high-quality architecture for ambitious projects.

Tobias Wulf has been a professor at the HfT Stuttgart (Hochschule für Technik) since 1991 and currently teaches design in the master's program. Lectures, award juries and architectural advisory boards (Freiburg, Regensburg) complement his creative work for the office.

Einblicke in die Büroräume von wulf architekten am Stuttgarter Standort Bosch-Areal (Foto © Steffen Vogt für wulf architekten) View into the office of wulf architekten, Stuttgart branch at the Bosch Areal in Stuttgart (photo © Steffen Vogt for wulf architekten)

Einblicke in die Büroräume von wulf architekten am Stuttgarter Standort Hospitalviertel (Foto © Göran Gnaudschun) View into the office of wulf architekten, Stuttgart branch in the Hospitalviertel (photo © Göran Gnaudschun)

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  • Guided Tour 4

  • 14:30 - 16:00
  • Guided tour at the innovation area «Future Office» and to selected exhibitors | Get Together
  • Meeting Point: Innovation area

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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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  • The Hesse State Chamber of Architects and Urban Planners approves education credits (4 points/day) for participating architects, interior designers and facility managers.
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