In order to establish an Innovation Campus for the headquarters in Berlin, glispa, the pioneer in mobile marketing, consolidates their position with a move to the community loft project ‘Ampere’ in Prenzlauer Berg.
The former 1926 transformer station is a nationally protected building and is considered a valuable example of early twentieth century German industrial architecture. During the time of its original operation, it supplied the eastern districts of Berlin, Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg and Friedrichshain with power. glispa’s vision is to continue to use the energy of this historic place to build a community for innovative tech companies.
With the move to the industrial complex of Ampere, glispa is continuing their rapid expansion plans. Over the next few years, hundreds of new jobs will be created at the headquarters, making glispa one of the top employers in the Berlin digital sector. Offering plenty of creative space for all employees, the Ampere can be used flexibly for work. The new space will offer a number of new facilities, including a new company-wide children’s daycare, indoor and outdoor sports facilities in association with the nearby Jahn-Sportpark, and an innovative food concept.
Design: Pott Architects
Photography: Maria Hennig