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After 25 years of healthy growth, Elementar Analysensysteme GmbH grew out of their former headquarters in the Hessian town of Hanau. The specialist producer of appliances for the analysis of non-metal elements built their new headqarters in neighbouring Langenselbold. This includes facilities for production and stockkeeping as well as a two-storey building for research and administration. It houses workplaces for a staff of 100. The concept of the building follows the established processes of the company, valueing short distances and good communication.
Lindner AG contributed to the new construction of Elementar Analysensysteme GmbH with partition systems, integrated doors, acoustic absorbers, wall luminaires as well as joinery works. The better part of the office areas is designed in a half-open way, where glass partitions of type Lindner Life 620 make for a high degree of transparency. These partitions have been improved with acoustics absorbers and surface-mounted LED luminaires. The combination of noise protection and optimal illumination contributes to a work environment that focusses on efficiency. Some areas require additional concentration and discretion. In these areas, glass partitions of type Lindner Life 125 as well as Lindner Logic 100 wood partitions have been used to create fully separated rooms. An individual foliation further limits the transparency of the glass partitions. Wooden doors have been integrated into the partitions. Furthermore, joinery works have been carried out in the form of real-wood veneered wall claddings, wooden fire protection doors and bar claddings.