Fill Gesellschaft m.b.H.
Architekturbüro DI Andreas Matulik
Gurten / AT
Dry Lining, Interiors
Office + Commercial
Interiors with passion + understanding
Work performed
Project management
Dry lining
Ceiling rafts
Light sails
Lighting coves
Metal ceilings
Cooling ceilings
Carpenter works
Reception counters
Wall claddings
Cladding for balustrades
Window sills
Modern workplaces and “Future Dome” at the mechanical- and plant engineering company Fill, Gurten - Project of the B+D divisions Dry Lining and Interior Manufactory

Founded in 1966, Fill is one of the worldwide leading mechanical- and plant engineers. To the 50-year anniversary the company inaugurates a new office complex with latest workplaces and the event-centre “Future Dome”.

B+D worked with a hundred-percent-quality during the very valuable drywall works. These covered including the installation of metal- and cooling ceilings, light- and ceiling sails as well as elaborate lighting coves the complete interior fittings in the sectors wall and ceiling. A real highlight is the 120-square-metres-large luminous ceiling in the “Future Dome” auditorium. This ceiling consists of single, with diffuser foil covered light sails which were independently suspended on a wide span bearer construction below dense housing technology with millimetre-precision according to the specification of the architect.

The B+D Wood Workshop realized the fittings in the reception area. With a length of 38 metres, lacquered oak-casings paired with upholstered and textile-covered elements create a harmonious connection between the existing building and the new construction. Therein, a spectacular reception desk, the Fill Shop and a service area for guests are integrated. The special challenge hereby was the measurement. The entire area was built up in the B+D Wood Workshop on a one-for-one basis including the recesses for pillars, splitters and building parting lines to tailor the oak-claddings. Afterwards, it was dismantled and set up on-site on perfect measure. During peak times, the entire team of the Wood Workshop was involved in the project.

Photos: ©
Oliver Hallwirth
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