What needs did you take into account when designing the office space?Oliver Struch:
We aimed to keep everything as flexible as possible and definitely wanted to avoid limiting the space to fixed defined functions. Our co-working concept has many different facets and targets open and creative tenants, who value a sense of community. The layout and interiors are designed to be extremely versatile and offer a great many options, from individual workspaces to team and conference rooms as well as social areas.Kathrin Labza:
Our co-working offices are suitable for use as individual workstations and also as conference settings. Seminars can even be held in both apartments on the 4th and 5th floor. Networking events and a cultural programme are also organised for tenants, including readings, wine tastings and yoga. It is important to us that is everyone is part of the community.
How are the co-working spaces actually used?Kathrin Labza:
We offer a total of 40 workspaces for teams and individuals. Single workstations can be booked for a day or longer periods. Fixed spaces for teams are available on a monthly basis, for example on the bel étage, and additional conference rooms can also be reserved as required. This enables extremely flexible use of all our co-working spaces, team and conference rooms and community areas. Our tenants have free access to the building, and can of course make use of the lounge area and technical equipment such as the photocopier and scanner. They also obtain a postal address – and can use free wifi throughout the building.
What type of community areas does Wertheim offer?Kathrin Labza:
Our reception area on the ground floor is designed as a lounge and also serves as a meeting place with an outside terrace surrounded by vegetation. Co-workers use the lounge as a social and communal area, which is equipped with a kitchenette. Here they can get together with other co-workers and also hold meetings with clients. Outside of office hours, it is also available for bookings as an event space.