Think and work is the motto of the denkWERKSTATT. To support this, the room offers the seminar participants amusing misconceptions of the last century, such as that of Ken Olson, President of the Digital Equipment Corporation in 1977: “There is no reason why anyone would want to have a computer” or “The television will not prevail on the market. People will soon get tired of staring at a wooden box every night,” said Ken Olsen, founder of Digital Equipment Corp. in 1977.
Further inspiration comes from inventions by Swiss people. That we invented the bobsleigh is still obvious, but did you know that the Swiss Johann Heinrich Rahn “invented” the divided sign in 1659? Or that Maurice Koechlin designed the Eiffel Tower in 1880?
These errors and inventions give us courage to think “out of the box” and to move forward courageously.
The room should inspire seminar participants to play with words. Up to 50 people can do this here. The room is laid out with solid wood and its walls are adorned with bricks. To take a break, simply step outside: our spacious winter garden adjoins behind the glass front.
|Name of the room||Area sqm||Length||Width||Height||U-Form||Parlament||Movie theater||Banquet||Particularities||Daylight||Air conditioning|
|denkWERKSTATT||120||14 m||9 m||2.80 m||34||50||100||80||x||x|
|denkWERKSTATT + zwischenWELT||160||14 m||12.5 m||2.80 m||36||70||120||80||x||x|