New premium coworking space in Düsseldorf
Berlin, 18.12.2017. Berlin, 14.3.2018. Satellite Office’s new coworking flagship in Düsseldorf is now officially open. A total of 21 individual offices, team offices and a large coworking area for flexible working, a bistro, a fireside lounge and several conference rooms have been created on 850 square meters directly on Königsallee. Düsseldorf is Satellite Office’s first location in NRW.
True to the Berlin company’s growth strategy, the Düsseldorf location – like all Satellite Office business and coworking centers – is in a historic, impressive palace in a prime location. The Girardet House (Kö / corner Trinkhausstraße) was built in 1906 for the Girardet publishing house and is now a listed building. The facades are decorated with works by the Düsseldorf sculptor Albert Pehle.
This strategy not only contributes to Satellite Office’s high quality standards but also ensures our distinctiveness,” says Anita Gödiker, CEO and owner of Satellite Office. “Clients come to us who want to work in a quiet atmosphere at a prestigious address.” Many lawyers, coaches, management consultants but also entire project offices of large corporations are among Satellite Office’s customers.
On the inside, the new flagship bears the signature of Anita Gödiker. Many years of experience in designing modern workstations make up Satellite Office’s “Signature Style”. In the fireplace lounge, many a confidential conversation can be held by the flickering fire. The conference rooms with a view of the Königsallee, a library and beautifully designed, open areas such as the Italian café bar and the individual coworking space provide the perfect environment for working and for business meetings of all kinds. However, the flagship is rounded off not only by state-of-the-art technology, but also by many small, loving details such as Capellini lamps, unusual wallpapers and high-quality custom-made products from manufactures.
More openings are planned for the coming months and years. “I’ll talk about that when the ink is dry,” Gödiker grins. “The fact is, however, that demand for flexible workspaces has more than tripled in the last five years, which cries out for further growth,” says the pioneering German business center industry. Twenty-one years ago, she turned the idea of “office sharing” into a business model. And has been successful with it to this day.