Office

Herrenberg

Herrenberg offices photo

As they say in Herrenberg: “Griassgott!”

Herrenberg, nestled between the Black Forest and Baden-Württemberg’s capital of Stuttgart, is one of the federal state’s most beautiful towns known for its half-timbered houses. It is also surrounded by Schönbuch Nature Park, the oldest of its kind in the state. Several agencies are based in the Atlantis building, an architectural masterpiece and now a hub of creativity. A stone’s throw from the train station yet with views of the nearby lush green park, our agency is proud of its relaxed atmosphere and its perfect combination of Swabian comfort and creativity. The train station is easily accessible and just 250 m from our office. Herrenberg is also just a few minutes’ drive from the A81 motorway.


Contact

Herrenberg Kalkofenstraße 51 71083 Herrenberg Open in Google Maps T +49 7032 932100 Send an E-Mail

Kalkofenstraße 51
71083 Herrenberg

Go to Google Maps

How to find us

Arrival by car

There are usually sufficient free parking spaces available directly in front of the building.

Arrival from Stuttgart main station

The S 1 train normally takes about 40 minutes from Stuttgart to Herrenberg station without changing trains. From there it is only a short walk to the office. To get there, walk north out of the station and turn left onto Kalkofenstraße. This will take you directly to the office.

Arrival from Stuttgart Airport

S-Bahn

First take the S 2 in the direction of Schorndorf to the stop Stuttgart-Rohr and change there to the S 1 in the direction of Herrenberg.

Taxi / Car

It takes about 30 minutes by taxi or car to get from the airport to the office, or longer during rush hour.

Herrenberg office in figures

Staff
m2 of office space
coffee machines
Roof terrace

What we have in Herrenberg

  • Exciting technical projects

  • Lunch on the rooftop terrace or in the lush green surroundings of our garden with sunloungers

  • Regular table football tournaments

  • PlayStation and gaming evenings

  • Team activities, e.g. football matches, jogging and climbing groups

  • Regular celebrations, often with the whole family