Our client had an explicit idea on what the new office should be: an office building that would reflect the operations and work methods of the company. On the one hand, the personnel need concentration workplaces. On the other hand, the company is organized horizontally and informal communication determines the successful operation of the company. A simple typological measure did the trick. We took a generic office setup and expanded the width of the corridor, creating a zone. By opening the zone up with voids, new spatial relations were created between the office floors and new areas were programmed for informal meetings and consultations between the workers.