The Otto-Stern-Centre of the University of Frankfurt is the central building of the Riedberg Campus and contains lecture halls, seminar and teaching rooms for 1,500 students, a natural sciences library and a cafeteria. In the foyer, the common central space of ​​the Otto-Stern-Centre, all necessary functions are catered for by built-in furniture, crafted from oak, housing seating areas, lockers, monitors, information boards and magazine stands. The entrance area provides a friendly and transparent atmosphere, encouraging students to linger and to communicate. The reading and open-access areas of ​​the library are equipped with specially designed furniture to fulfil the needs of both students and teachers. Large work tables along the façade enjoy views over the campus, providing computer workplaces for sitting and standing: the bookshelves, also of oak, create an appropriately calming effect. The omnipresent oak ensures a continuity of appearance throughout the whole interior. The cafeteria area on the first floor and the lounge area on the ground floor are accentuated with built-in and loose furniture, both in a fresh, modern pink.

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