Christ & Gantenbein designs Roche office to give staff “a reason to come to work”

Swiss studio Christ & Gantenbein has created the Multifunctional Workspace Building for pharmaceutical giant Roche that aims to offer more freedom and flexibility than a traditional office.

As the name suggests, the 10,000-square-metre Multifunctional Workspace Building serves a mix of uses, ranging from gatherings of more than 500 people to focused individual work or group collaborations.

It is the third building that Christ & Gantenbein has designed for Roche’s campus in the German town of Grenzach-Wyhlen, near the Swiss border.

The Multifunctional Workspace Building facilitates both focused individual work and collaboration

This approach fuelled the design of both architecture and furniture. Some

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