Architecture in industrial construction | commercial construction

Important factors for achieving this include the interplay of materials, colours and shapes, the design of lighting and interiors as well as surfaces and haptics.

This is the only way to create industrial and commercial buildings with an identity that expresses both the quality standard and the values of a company in equal measure – unmistakably and uniquely in the environment of its market.

Trust in us and make your company a place that people want to come back to.


Classic office spaces transformed into ""work habitats"" long ago – the goal being to design these spaces in such a way as to nurture creativity and innovative spirit. Interior design by Peneder follows the principle of bringing people together and creating inspirational meeting spaces. This is achieved by means of meeting zones or by integrating multi-space offices, recreation rooms or horticultural and open spaces into the interior design concept. We ensure the availability of workspaces for all requirements, such as focussed work, meetings and informal conversation.

Offer your employees added value by providing a motivating work environment. This creates a bond with the company and generates a sense of identity in times of skilled worker shortages and continuous change.

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In the construction industry, this concept is still being reduced to the use of natural building materials, such as wood, and ecological energy supply.

Sustainable architecture at Peneder begins with the optimal alignment of an ensemble of buildings on a lot. It continues with an optimised and integrated energy and building technology concept. It then involves the use of ecologically compatible raw materials and sustainable energy sources and ends with the creation of trade-off surfaces for sealed ground by greening roofs or façades.  

Site analysis

The selection of the optimum construction site for an industrial or commercial property is a strategic decision. We analyse lots to determine their development options. Then we work with you to consider and discuss expansion scenarios and create a master plan for your new site.

Through collaboration with you, we lay the groundwork for all further decisions.

Integrated design

By "integrated design" we mean the interdisciplinary cooperation of all experts involved in the design process – experts from architecture, automation, building technology, logistics and energy and process management. All disciplines are brought into the process early on and their design work is simultaneous and coordinated. This results in high quality and efficiency in the entire planning and implementation process.


In combination with building information modelling (BIM), the integrated planning at Peneder achieves full effectiveness. Building information modelling is the term for the working method of digital integrated design. The result of this method is a central data model of the building. As early as the draft phase, Peneder clients can put on 3D glasses and take a virtual tour of the building's digital twin. This helps with many decisions and makes you all the more excited to start building.

In addition, the digital twin is useful in building operation, e.g. when training employees or handling investments in maintenance and replacement.