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OutOfOffice Frankfurt won iF DESIGN AWARD 2017

OutOfOffice Frankfurt / Architecture / 06.03.2017

With it's attributes 'open, direct, uncomplicated' our partner Von M created a unique, flexible meeting and event space. In opposite to classical meeting and conference spaces the rooms had to get an unconventional 'workshop' atmosphere and speak a simple and industrial design language. 

Our meeting space in Frankfurt won in the discipline Interior Architecture. OutOfOffice has won over the 58-member-jury, made up of independed experts from all over the world. The competition was intense: over 5,500 entries were submitted from 59 countries. 

OutOfOffice München in Manager Magazin

Press / OutOfOffice Munich / 05.03.2017

OutOfOffice München has been featered in 'Manager Magazin' - the leading source for German buiness leaders. According to the article managers spend up to 200 hours a year in meetings.

OutOfOffice Frankfurt - Opening

OutOfOffice Frankfurt / 14.06.2016
View on Frankfurt's skyline from our roof top terrace

Our new loft with 360sqm and a fantastic roof top terrace in the central area Sachsenhausen in Frankfurt am Main offers generous space for 5-100 people and is a perfect location for workshops, seminars, trainings, Press Conferences, Shootings and all kind of other events companies or private people can come up with.

OutOfOfficeMunich featured on domus

OutOfOffice Munich / Press / Events / 07.03.2016
Domus magazine - the authoritative voice in international architecture, design, and art

OutOfOffice Munich is featured on the prestigious Domus website. Domus is excited a

bout the open, direct, dynamic and straighforward atmosphere that distingueshes OutOfOffice a lot from traditional meeting and event locations.

OOO Munich on ArchDaily

OutOfOffice Munich / Press / Architecture / 28.02.2015
OutOfOffice Munich Maxvorstadt at ArchDaily

From the architect. The buzzwords "open, direct, dynamic, straightforward", standing for the common attributes for the project in the center of Munich, describe a flexible, playful, and creative space for workshops, meetings and events upon two floors.