• Microsoft’s Headquarters in Denmark

      Microsoft's Danish Headquarters is designed as an open, informal work environment. Gathering sales teams, developers, and students under one roof, the building promotes interaction and knowledge sharing across disciplines and ages.

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    • The head office of Microsoft Denmark is designed to meet the specific needs of the individual employee from day to day. This means that no sales personnel have fixed workstations. When they get to work in the morning, they pick a workstation which matches their tasks for the day, whether customer meetings, video conferences, or administrative work. Conversely, the workspaces of the development team are planned to support project-oriented work of varying scope and duration. One half of the central atrium is designed to encourage informal meetings across the organization. The other half gathers Microsoft's external activities and is open to visitors. With its central location in a vibrant business and campus environment, Microsoft brings together partners, researchers, and students from the neighboring Technical University of Denmark.

    • Modern Workspaces

      Microsoft's philosophy and working methods, described in 2005 by founder Bill Gates under the title "The New World of Work", have formed the foundation for the design of the headquarters.

      The building is developed to house both internal and external collaboration processes and to support the needs of employees, customers, and guests.

      This is expressed in a number of activity-based workrooms, varying in size from small "telephone booths" to medium-sized meeting rooms and auditoriums. Further, each floor offers a social hub, featuring a kitchen, seating furniture, Xbox and table soccer, to stimulate community, social interaction, and knowledge sharing across departments.

      Charlotte Mark, Managing Director Microsoft Development Center Copenhagen:

      "Microsoft has a department, Microsoft Workplace Advantage, which works on developing the workplace of the future. Representatives from this department will come to Denmark to study the new headquarters. The Lyngby premises will serve as inspiration for the rest of Microsoft."

    • "Companies that wish to leverage the opportunities inherent in the way we will work in the future must adapt their physical surroundings to the new situation. Therefore, it is more relevant than ever before to work strategically with interior design in office environments."

      - Sarah Müllertz, Partner, Head of Interior Design

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