The Coworking Space IM.PULS in Berlin
Open work spaces are the trend: The Technology Park Adlershof also offers a 550-sqm space for founders, students, research project groups and young entrepreneurs. The close proximity to the Adlershof network of science, research and companies creates a unique climate for innovation.
Co-working in Berlin Adlershof: Fresh Impulses
The WISTA building in Rudower Chaussee 17 boasts 50 work stations, turning the Technology Park into a place for collaboration and innovation. Light-coloured furniture, wooden floors, transparent walls, multi-coloured chairs and modern desks create a pleasant and productive environment. Apart from desks the Coworking Space IM.PULS provides its users with lounges, closed “think tanks” for making phone calls, conference rooms and a fully-equipped kitchen.
Ideal Co-Working Conditions: 24/7
We offer excellent value at an affordable price:
- Standard: from 200 € / month
- Students: 115 € / month
- Day pass: 25 € (Mon-Fri starting 8 am)
- 24-hour daily access (except day pass)
- Including free paper, printer/scanner, hot drinks, conference rooms and wi-fi
- LAN: 30 € per month, per seat
- Letterbox: from 10 € / month
We will gladly provide you with more detailed information.
A Few Things About Co-Working in Berlin
Co-working is a new way of organising work, especially that of freelancers, artists and start-ups. Various individuals or groups realise their projects in a shared open space. While the co-workers pursue their projects individually, the space enhances collaboration and facilitates finding help and new colleagues. Modern co-working spaces offer work stations as well as a common infrastructure, including wi-fi, printers, fax, phones and meeting rooms. They can also be used for workshops.
In Berlin, many new co-working spaces have been created inside the Ring. IM.PULS is now closing the gap in the city’s South East by creating a co-working space on the Humboldt-University’s campus in the Science City Adlershof. One key advantage of co-working spaces is the price, which is usually much lower than that of an individual office space. The increased flexibility allows firms to react quickly to shifting needs if, for example, they require additional staff. Lastly, this way of working creates an innovative environment for creatives.