The software company freiheit.com from Hamburg, Germany is one of the most innovative IT companies in Germany. In the process of relocating to the trendy St. Pauli district, BAID Architekten, based in Hamburg too, developed an interior design to reflect the company's ambitions and identity.
Open spaces for stimulating teamwork, think tanks and meeting spaces for concentrated meetings are the main features of the office, which spans several floors. Employees use personal lockers and portable gigasets to flexibly choose their work place. In addition, large chalkboards and writable window panes are available for any kind of discourse, making freiheit.com a paperless company.
The company's modern, holocratic office structure and forward-looking management style are reflected and supported by the interior design concept. Other areas of the spacious office landscape provide opportunities for relaxation, breakouts, and private discussions. These include a huge terrace with views over the entire neighborhood, a large shared kitchen with bar area, and an original contemporary interpretation of a fireside lounge. The materials used and their creative application are also state of the art and underscore the company's innovative ambitions.
1. Windows: Schüko
2. Flooring: Linoleum, Forbo
3. Interior lighting: Tom Dixon
4. Interior furniture: Chairs and workplace furnitures by Vitra
5. Textile bench: Kvadrat
6. Art: by Heiko Zahlmann / BAID and Galerie Borchardt