VolksWagen- Ten Years of Transparent Factory in Dresden Part3

by Sweta

Culture in a car factory

Thus, in 2002, after the Semper Opera House was closed because of flood damage listed in the foyer for a month Bizet’s Carmen. And finally there is the Restaurant Lesage on the ground floor, the learning VW not only regarded as one of the best in the city and which is waiting to look at the 40-meter-high glass tower, in which the finished Phaeton on their customers, can surely enjoy.

In the studio area referred to provide future Phaeton drivers use their vehicles for personal needs together. Here all the paint colors, leathers and exotic woods will be considered and selected. Here, in the right light, for example, is the difference between Piano Black and Deep Black pearl effect and clear step by step here Phaeton, an individual can be created. Special requests that are not on the list of options can be discussed here – and they are usually met also.

Cubic manufacturing sector

On the curved architecture of the visitor area is followed by the actual car factory. Henn is aware in which about 150 meters long, L-shaped area on linear function strictly cubic forms. And of course, lots of glass. From all sides the production lines are visible, not only from the inside, but by the 27 500 square meter window area from the street. An important point: This is what the Dresden when they drive past the tram or stroll along with what happens here. And workers will benefit, to work in daylight, and every now and then can look outside.

But this is not the only difference from conventional production plants. Not only did it in Dresden no employees in oil-stained overalls are – here the workers wear white suits – and it does not smell like a factory. It is also still low. Almost too quiet. Not like watching it with my own eyes, you might think, this is not done.

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