Maximum flexibility and modularity

EY Wavespace

Consulting, Berlin, 2017

Kinzo has created an Innovation Lab for Ernst & Young directly on Friedrichstrasse. The forward-looking interior concept is the ideal response to the auditing firm's desire for a digital workshop space.

The individual system parts can be moved freely around the room on castors and can be connected to each other in different formations via a specially developed BUS system from the aerospace industry. This means that the workstations can be used digitally at any time.

Not only can the furniture be used flexibly and depending on the situation, the lighting also enables flexible working in the room.
The result is an exciting picture of dynamic workstations.

The office building, designed by Foster + Partners of London, is Hungary’s tallest building at 28 stories. The company is in a state of flux: With its long-term strategy „2030+“, the MOL Group has set itself the goal of achieving climate neutrality by 2050.

In 2017, Kinzo prevailed against numerous international competitors with the concept of initiating and promoting this cultural change with the help of an agile working environment in the energy company.

In their role as general planners, Kinzo Architects had overall responsibility for the workplace strategy as well as the conception and planning of the interior architecture of the MOL campus. Cooperation partners were M.O.O.CON from Vienna for employee participation, the lighting design office Licht Kunst Licht and the local partner MinusPlus Architects.

Photographys by Schnepp Renou, Sebastian Dörken and Max Schroeder
Location Budapest
Year 2022
Client MOL Group
GFA Foster + Partners