Feeling Fancy in Our New Office

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SimScale’s first home was based in the gate Garching. We started small with only one room and two large shared tables, then quickly expanded to three rooms.

Now, with rapid team growth, the time has come to leave Garching behind and move to a larger space. April 1st was the exciting day when we finally moved to our brand-new spacious office directly next to the Olympia shopping center, located in one of the nicest areas of Munich. We are proud to call the spacious 513 sqm office our new home, and we are quite confident that we now have enough space to continue growing.

SimScale office
The engineering corner: there is always something going on.

The new SimScale office is separated into two main areas: one for our engineering team and the other for sales and marketing. We also have several cozy meeting rooms, a lounge area, and a kitchen with a dedicated spot for the most important office gadget—our beloved coffee machine! One of our favorite things about the new office is the huge balcony, which can comfortably host the whole SimScale team so we can’t wait for the summer in Munich and for the TGIF celebrations there!

MONA center Munich
Our office is part of the MONA center, a new shopping center with office spaces on the 3rd and 4th floors.
Kristina at SimScale
Kristina (Inside Sales Representative) not only has a knack for delighting our users, but she is also pretty good at assembling chairs!
SimScale - moving to the new offices
The Three Musketeers: during the move, our engineers have proven to be real “handymen”!
SimScale office in Munich
Ready to work: our office is all set up and our bright new rooms foster our productivity and creativity.

The great thing about moving was how it brought all of us even closer together. Everyone on the team was involved in getting the office ready, and we were able to showcase how diversified our skills are, from painting and drilling to going back to our day-to-day work of shaping the next generation of simulation technology!


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