United Nations HQ in Geneva.
Advanced Chairtrack seating solution.
New seating solution in Geneva.
The new WIPO conference hall is now equipped with innovative Chairtracks by Trendelkamp
The World Organization in Geneva has a new conference hall for WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization). The new hall can accommodate approx. 900 delegates safely and comfortably, thanks to the innovative Chairtrack product from Trendelkamp. The patented Chairtrack system maximizes space efficiencies with its unique in floor guidance system while improving safety and user comfort.
Chairtracks promote harmonious conference environment.
Behnisch Architects selected Chairtracks from Trendelkamp to solve the spatial challenge that required more units be integrated into the extraordinary space all while maintaining the harmonious appearance desired by the client, United Nations Organization. According to Behnisch Architects, the Chairtrack system exceeded their expectation by allowing more units without increasing the space and compromising the overall design experience. The versatility of the Chairtracks were key to the project success, according to Behnisch Architects. Additionally, Isabelle Boutillon, director of building and infrastructure management stated, "My special thanks goes to Trendelkamp for their solution-oriented approach to our project.”
Comfort, Safety and Aesthetics.
Chairtracks provide a superior user experience in the fixed seating solution market space. They provide generous free movement within a comfortable space. Homogeneous rows that provide clear aesthetic lines to complement the architecture. Increased safety with secure free escape aisles. Even accessible, wheelchair-friendly workplaces can be easily realized via the quick release construction.
Chairtracks by Trendelkamp – solutions that move.
Trendelkamp has created and designed exceptional products since 1897. We have been an innovator within the architectural design market with products being installed throughout the world.
All photos of WIPO in Geneva: David Matthiessen, Stuttgart