The usage of colour and spatial group outline the workplaces of Raiffeisen, an open ground plan with a practical stream to permit workers to completely deal with the wants of their banking purchasers in Sissach.

Gehri thoughtfully used colour and materials on the Raiffeisen workplaces to separate the consumer and worker expertise for his or her new location in Sissach, Switzerland.

How is an expertise for purchasers and workers designed? One attainable reply is proven by the newest challenge of Raiffeisen Sissach with its flowing inside design. As you stroll by way of the financial institution, the wood surfaces change to a shade of inexperienced, just like a stroll within the area of Oberbaselbiet between the wooded hills — an surroundings in everlasting change.

Concerning the design: The tagline #Lieblingsbank (favorite financial institution) — the results of a survey with clients and workers — serves as a model presentation and hyperlinks bodily gross sales with the financial institution’s digital communication channels.

The supplies are used to create a regional reference to the area Oberbaselbiet, near the Jura chain. The Jura limestone, the oak and the pure textiles create a pleasing and homely environment.

The renovation work leads to a totally new spatial organisation: beginning with a brand new financial institution entrance, which is now separate from the final constructing entrance, and ending with elevated transparency because of further home windows. Your entire constructing companies had been renewed and tailored to the modified wants.

The open ground plan makes it attainable to expertise the financial institution in a differentiated means: the additional you progress into the financial institution, the higher the discretion. The workers are completely current for the purchasers — for discreet work or discussions there are focus rooms, assembly rooms and a beneficiant multifunctional room obtainable to purchasers and workers.

Design: Gehri
Design Crew: Sara Schwarz, Gilliane Sultani, Darja Studer, Christian Gehri
Building Administration: Peter Völlmin, Martin Fernandez
Pictures: Batt-Huber Pictures