In the Sprinkenhof building near the iconic Chilehaus.
Our studio is in the heart of the Kontorhaus district, an area that represents Hamburg’s rich traditions and history as a port and Hanseatic city. Starting in 1921, an ensemble of several office complexes – including the world-famous Chilehaus – was built in what was once known as the Gängeviertel. The facades of the office buildings are the work of renowned architect Fritz Höger, and the entire ensemble is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
There are lots of little shops and restaurants in the immediate vicinity, and Mönckebergstrasse, Hamburg’s No. 1 shopping street, is just a stone’s throw away. The public transport connections are excellent and it’s just a five-minute walk to the main station.
Our studio has two very large focus group rooms measuring 42 square metres each. If required, they can be connected to create a single space with 84 square metres of floor area. The accompanying viewing rooms are spacious enough for 14 people to observe the proceedings in comfort.
The studio also has two smaller interview lounges that are suitable for IDIs, paired depths or triads. It goes without saying that video streaming is possible from any of the above-mentioned rooms.