LinkedIn Inc. expands office space in Munich.
500 m² BGF
LinkedIn at Hofstatt.
The leading social network for business contacts teamed up with combine to plan and implement expanded space for up to 90 employees at Hofstatt, the shopping hotspot on Sendlinger Strasse. combine is responsible for the overall project management and has been tasked with taking the 500 m² of new space for creating a user experience that both reflects the look and feel of LinkedIn’s existing space and at the same time conveys the impression of being completely fresh and new.
Close interlocking of consulting and
design to produce functional spaces that foster a sense of identity.
combine is responsible for full project, quality, and cost management concerning the expansion planning and has also coordinated and managed the entire fit-out process. One of the steps in the successful implementation, which came about in coordination with international project and execution collaborators at LinkedIn, was to identify the requirements in advance. The design concept crafted on that basis reflects the needs of future users and is expressed in interior design that exudes identity and a sense of wellbeing.
Inspiring work environments that fit the activity-based working concept.
The LinkedIn working environment concept was taken further in the new space and translated into a flexible activity-based working space concept that features materials from natural sources. But the versatility of the new working environments isn’t just confined to the here and now. combine crafted the furnishing plan to ensure that if the company moves, it can take all of the movable cabinetry and finish carpentry installations along. This approach is both sustainable and a source of timeless adaptability.
The designers from combine were also responsible for selecting and planning the furnishings and for planning the execution of the tenant fit-out, cabinetry, and finish carpentry work.