In Innsbruck's nightclub district, the ground level of a building built in the 1970s has been transformed into an architecture office. In this socio-cultural neighbourhood of alternative culture clubs, music bars, and nightclubs, as well as homeless and refugee care centres, the ground level shop/office allows bad architects group to participate passively in the city life while working long hours, quasi as passive flaneur. Through innovative office design, the office becomes a stage and the lightened sliding door the stage design and eye-catcher. The innovative sliding wall structures the L-shaped ground floor plan, dividing the main office space from the secondary office spaces: the meeting-room, kitchen, bathrooms, model making shop and storage. The sliding wall is made of foam, making out of a basic building material a luxury item.