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The buttoned-up German auto industry isn’t immediately what comes to mind when one thinks of innovative workplaces. But after some soul-searching, the top brass at Bosch Automotive Steering outside Stuttgart made a decision to shake up their office layout with the help of local firm Studio Alexander Fehre.

“The work culture in German automotive companies has been changing,” explains Fehre, who was tasked with converting the interior of a building originally designed by Wulf Architekten into the company’s new development campus. “The teams at Bosch used to work quite rigidly in their different departments, but they’re moving to a more interdisciplinary approach and lowering hierarchical barriers.”

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Bosch Automotive Steering’s New HQ is Ahead of the Curve

Faced with a wavy floor plan, Studio Alexander Fehre provided Bosch’s automotive steering division with an uber-functional, more relevant design.

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