At OutOfOffice a lot happens!

Here you can find interesting news and articles about OOO.
From press publications to annoucement and opening parties.


Our roof top terrace by night

Opening Party OOO Stuttgart

Events / OutOfOffice Stuttgart / Press / 25.09.2018
On the 13th of September we officially opened our new location in the heart of Stuttgart! Almost 100 guests, cool music, delicious food and gin tonics to celebrate all together the opening of our "Studio"! Rock n' Roll!
View from our roof top terrace @ OutOfOffice Stuttgart-Mitte

OutOfOffice Stuttgart Announcement

Press / Mission / OutOfOffice Stuttgart / 12.06.2018
After Munich and Frankfurt, OutOfOffice is working hard to open a new and the forth location of the family. This time in Stuttgart, in the heart of the city, an unique and creative space for meetings, workshops, business events, which will be ready in September 2018.

New opening in Stuttgart

Press / Architecture / OutOfOffice Stuttgart / 10.04.2018
From August '18, a new stunning location will be part of the OutOfOffice family. It will be the 4th one, after two in Munich and one in Frankfurt, this time in Stuttgart.  … Our new loft with 360sqm and an amazing big roof top terrace (and an amazing winter garden) in the middle of the city center of Stuttgart offers generous space for 5-60 people and is a perfect location for workshops, seminars…
Predicting the future of meeting

Future of Meetings

Press / Workshop / 07.02.2018
A big study from IACC,a global community of passionate people and organisations delivering innovative and exceptional meeting experiences based in US, shows some of the big trends and needs for the meetings of the future:
Creative working at our artistic loft in Munich's Glockenbachviertel

OutOfOffice - inspiring workshop and meeting spaces for creators

Mission / 29.01.2018
‘The physical environment is the body language of a company. It can be closed, cautious and risk-avers – or open, inviting and optimistic. The environment embodies the values a company stands for.’ … (Dr. Frederik G. Pferdt, Chief Innovation Evangelist Google; Stanford University)