Designed by Austrian architect Monika Gogl in homage to ancient temples, caves and other natural voids, the immersive architecture of the Reethaus invites contemplation and collaboration. From its hand-thatched reed roof to the wood-stamped concrete walls of its interior, the structure brings visitors into a singular aesthetic environment characterized by haptic contrast and deep calm.
The Reethaus interiors were designed in collaboration with Cédric Etienne whose Still Room concept aims to create a “sanctuary of silence.” A modular seating system employs a mix of cork blocks, meditation cushions, wooden seats and woven tatami mats to enable a rich variety of gatherings and experiences.
Our state-of-the-art spatial sound system by Wax is operated in partnership with MONOM, an innovative spatial sound studio based at Funkhaus, just downriver from Flussbad. Visitors to Flussbad have the opportunity to experience immersive 360°, 16-channel sound for performances, installations and a range of other auditory experiences.
"We believe in creating healthy work environments that facilitate productivity, focus and overall well-being."
Designed by neo-brutalist master Arno Brandlhuber, best known for concrete masterpieces like the Antivilla and Berlin’s König Galerie, the individually configurable working lofts at Flussbad feature 3-meter-high ceilings, underfloor heating and individual gardens or terrace access. Brick stone walls and floors of béton brut concrete evoke an atmosphere of raw minimalism.
Through movement and fitness programs, specialized workshops, food and beverage offerings designed to boost energy and vitality, and an on-site functional practitioner with holistic treatments and offerings, the campus promotes healthy work environments that enhance productivity, focus, performance and overall well-being.
"In the last centuries we've produced industrial sites that we don't use any longer in the same way. So best is, we learn to use it in a better way. "