Through our research, we are actively shaping the working environments of the future. We welcome partnerships with universities and associations:

Transfer partner of ISF München – Munich Institute for Social Science Research
Everyone's talking about open-space offices, but how can we make sure that these types of offices have a positive impact and perception? This is the question at the heart of the "PRÄGEWELT = prevention-oriented design of new working environments" project by the Institute for Social Science Research. As a partner of the Institute, conceptsued is supporting the target-group-oriented transfer of the issues raised by the project and the project findings.

Cooperation with the University of Applied Sciences – OTH Regensburg
We were first invited to the OTH as a guest critic in the Faculty of Architecture. Since then, conceptsued° has planned competitions, term papers on real workplace projects and a research project on the office of the future.

Sponsoring member of the Society of Property Researchers (gif e.V.)
gif e.V. promotes interdisciplinary exchange and research and teaching on real-estate issues and is working to establish a network of contacts that extends throughout Germany and beyond. conceptsued° is supporting these goals as a sponsoring member.

Experts on the offices of today and tomorrow
conceptsued° employees attend a wide range of specialist events and have contributed to numerous publications as experts and practitioners in shaping offices and working environments.

Active member of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB)
You can’t talk about the office of the future without thinking green. As an active member of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB), conceptsued° is part of the “Offices and Administrative Buildings” working group, where it draws on its market knowledge and practical experience to support the development of the new “Interiors” scheme for leased development and conversion projects.

Article on office organisation in “HochhausAtlas”
Company founder Timo Brehme published a groundbreaking article in “HochhausAtlas” (ed. Johann Eisele and Ellen Kloft). The compilation of this book was supported as part of a research project by the Centre for Interdisciplinary Technology Research (Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Technikforschung, ZIT) at TU Darmstadt.