An office building located in the Neukolln neighborhood of Berlin has been fitted with innovatively designed walls that conceal an array of hidden cupboards. Overseen by Munich-based architecture company IFUB, this office is situated in a converted chocolate factory.
The most distinctive feature of this building has to do with the lobby and office section. These distinct areas are separated by a wall that is embedded with patterned cupboards, something that both helps to save space and also offers an eye-catching visual aesthetic. This area of the building is also equipped with a toilet and kitchen.
The inclusion of hidden cupboards in this Berlin office building's partition walls is just one of many features that makes this a great example of restorative architecture that is both functional and visually appealing.