Our Meetings rooms

Throughout the ages, man has been using architecture to bridge the gaps between physical obstacles, for the purpose of providing an easy way through. Most of these bridges are also regarded as landmarks and are a vital part of the infrastructures of regions around the world. Some have even become city icons because of their influence and engineering wonder. That's why we gave to our meeting rooms name of famous bridges as our aim is to bridge your ideas to success. We choosed bridges that present some affinities with the startup world


 

GoldenGate

Golden Gate Bridge

The Golden Gate Bridge was the longest suspension bridge span in the world when it was completed, and has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in San Francisco and California.The famous red-orange color of the bridge was specifically chosen to make the bridge more easily visible through the thick fog that frequently shrouds the bridge.

Link with the startup world:
most tech-entrepeneurs dream about launching their Silicon Valley venture

Room details:
up to 10 persons, whiteboard, wifi, no beamer, 2nd floor in the coworking area


 

PonteVecchio

Ponte Vecchio

The Ponte Vecchio (literally “old bridge”) is a Medieval bridge over the Arno River in Florence; the only Florentine bridge to survive WW2. The bridge is famous for still having shops built along it, as was common in the days of the Medici. It is said that the economic concept of bankruptcy originated here: when a merchant could not pay his debts, the table on which he sold his wares (the “banco”) was physically broken (“rotto”) by soldiers, and this practice was called “bancorotto” (broken table).

Link with the startup world:
some ventures will not succed - that's business - bankruptcy is part of the challenge: think big, start small, scale fast or fail quickly.

Room details:
up to 8 persons, whiteboard, wifi, no beamer, 2nd floor in the coworking area


 

Millau

Millau Bridge

The Millau Viaduct is an enormous cable-stayed road-bridge that spans the valley of the river Tarn near Millau in southern France. It is the tallest vehicular bridge in the world, with the highest pylon’s summit at 343 meters (1,125 ft) — slightly taller than the Eiffel Tower.

Link with the startup world:
when you launch a company you might need to see big - so don't be afraid.

Room details:
up to 16 persons, flipchart, wifi, no beamer, 3rd floor


 

AK

Akashi-Kaikyo (AK) Bridge

The Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge, also known as the Pearl Bridge, is the longest suspension bridge at 1,991 meters (6,532 feet) in the world. It spans the Akashi Strait in Japan connecting Kobe on the mainland and Iwaya on Awayi Island. The bridge took almost 12 years to build and was opened for traffic in 1998. The central span was originally only 1,990 meter but the Kobe earthquake on January 17, 1995, moved the two towers so that it had to be increased by 1 meter.

Link with the startup world:
be aware that external factors and events might have an impact on your venture or initial innovation.

Room details:
up to 10 persons, whiteboard, wifi, no beamer, 2nd floor in the coworking area


 

Alcantara

The Alcántara Bridge

Crossing the Tagus River at Alcántara in Spain, the Alcántara Bridge is a masterpiece of ancient Roman bridge building. The bridge was built between 104 and 106 by an order of the Roman Emperor Trajan in 98 AD, who is honored by a triumphal arch in the center of the bridge and a small temple at one end. The Alcántara Bridge has taken more damage from war than from the elements. The Moors destroyed the smallest arch on one side while the second arch on the other side was destroyed by the Spanish to stop the Portuguese.

LInk with the startup world: 
some ventures might last long even after turbulent phases.

Room details:
up to 24 persons in U seating setting, up to 50 persons in cinema setting, beamer, wifi, flipchart, 3rd floor


 

RedBridge

Luxembourg Red Bridge

The red bridge (also known as Grand Duchess Charlotte Bridge) is a road bridge in Luxembourg City that connects two major neighborhoods of the city – the Limpersberg (city centre) and the Kirchberg (site of the city’s European Union institutions). It was built with the intention of promoting the choice of Luxembourg as final seat of the European Communities. While the bridge was under construction, the Merger Treaty was signed, maintaining the previous separation of locations, but preserving Luxembourg as the location of several institutions.

Link with the startup world:
you might build a product for a specific purpose but it’s final use might be for something else – stay flexible.

Room details:
up to 24 persons in U seating setting, up to 50 persons in cinema setting, beamer, wifi, flipchart, 3rd floor