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In 1945, Herrmann Trunk founded a press distribution, which was to develop into a diversified media group with more than 2,000 employees in more than 70 years of sustainable corporate growth. Today's MELO Group is divided into the pillars of Content Creation, Logistic Services, Media Distribution and Aviation Services. At the Munich / Muthmannstrasse location, the company set up modern work environments in an administration building.
Lindner contributed to this conversion with glass partitions. The Lindner Life Pure 620 profile walls provide spatial separation on all floors with very high transparency. Fittingly, glass swing doors and a double-leaf sliding glass door were integrated into the dividing walls. For acoustic optimization, absorber elements are located at many points along the partitions. The metal surface of these elements has a micro-perforation, which in conjunction with acoustically effective inlays has a clearly positive effect on the room acoustics. The glass partitions show their quality in the details: through curved glass panes and connection profiles; through profile-free 90° corners and T joints; with freestanding switch panels; through integrated booking systems for meeting rooms; thanks to their high level of flexibility for the requirements of the customer and the architect.