A three-lane running track weaves around this office for a football app company, by architects TKEZ, leading to goals for penalty shootouts during work breaks (+ slideshow).
"Our studio was approached by the Berlin-based firm Onefootball, which programs the world's most used football app and connects more than 14 million fans from all over the world, to design their new headquarters," said Tanjo Klöpper, founding partner at TKEZ.
"Custom fit to the young firm's sporty spirit, we designed a work environment for 90 employees, fulfilling all the needs and requirements of a multi-functional contemporary office space."
Artificial turf was used to create the track through the circulation space from end to end of the L-shaped floor plan.
The track leads from a lift in the centre of the office, where staff and visitors enter, and passes turfed meeting rooms partitioned with floor-to-ceiling glazing.
Open desk areas run along both sides of the green strip, while goal posts are positioned at each end for practicing skills during breaks.
An "arena" created by tiered seating, which is also covered in the fake grass, provides an open meeting space and a venue for screenings of important matches.
More turf covers the wall behind the curved white reception desk, opposite a green locker room-style cabinet that displays signed football shirts.
Exposed concrete columns and beams are accentuated by stark white surfaces and ceiling panels, while brickwork runs along a wall that joins the kitchen and the dining room.
Diagrams depicting match tactics are marked out across areas of grey flooring in the dining area, where employees can play table football in front of a wall display of team scarves.
The room is lit by large black pendant lamps shaped like upturned plant pots, adding to the natural light provided through a window that run along the walls that face into the building's courtyard.
Photography is by Benjamin A Monn.