As part of a competition, an architectural preliminary design for a new seminar and congress center was developed for an international insurance group in Hanover. To expand the current office building from 1979, another 100 workplaces were to be created. In addition to covering space requirements, the objective of the future seminar and congress center was to create a place of identity that creates a sense of identity through a modern architectural language that invites employees to communicate openly.
Together with the existing building, the new building forms a clasp, which forms a meeting place both in the outer space and in the interior of the seminar building. By opening the large seminar rooms, both the large lobby and the outdoor space can be joined together to form a representative platform for events.