Inside the Kinzo Designed Offices of a German Newspaper

Inside the Kinzo Designed Offices of a German Newspaper

Sonia Zjawinski
Jun 27, 2008

Ok, so this isn't a home, but the new headquarters for Germany's leading tabloid and Europe's largest newspaper Bild has some rad tech ideas. The upgrade was done by German architect trio KINZO, who took inspiration from spaceships and jet fighters...

Rather than having cubicles for the staff, KINZO built long tables that the staff share. The head table, a T-bone shape, seats the chief editor, his deputy and the head of the online issue at its top end, while the department directors, art director, photo directors, duty editor and legal experts are gathered at the other end.

Monitors, mounted on the ceiling, display the current stages of newspaper's layout as well as several TV news channels. KINZO added its Red Dot winning consumer workstation, the AIR, to the space as well.

[via Core77]
Photos: KINZO

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