The central role of networking at LabCampus sets the tone of the architecture here—and for good reason! Designed as a place for residents and partners to meet, discuss and collaborate, the outdoor spaces and ground floors pulsate with urban life. On the upper levels, office space—which you have free reign to customize—offers areas to concentrate and collaborate. Don’t miss your chance! Now’s the right time to reserve a space at LabCampus. Join this vibrant, inspiring community—located just next to Munich Airport.
LAB 48 is the first office building at LabCampus—which will one day comprise four unique districts. Designed to promote social exchange, its impressive 30,000 square meters are hugged by a strikingly intricate facade.
Upon entering the sweeping lobby, it’s clear that this space is there to be enjoyed with others. A multitude of seating arrangements as well as a stylish restaurant are ideal for taking a break, working on the go, or meeting on a whim.
Available for rent, stunning showrooms on the ground floor introduce a dynamic, ever-changing element to LAB 48. Here, new products and ideas from LabCampus residents and external partners spark innovation and insights. This is where the magic happens!
The ability to try out and test is central to the LabCampus concept. In industrial-grade prototyping facilities, residents have a unique chance to flesh out ideas, and develop them into market-ready products.
The face of the new AirportAcademy is a two-story concrete structure inspired by the distinctive runway geometry at Munich Airport. Differentiated protrusions and recesses create entryways that literally beckon you inside. They also carve out an attractive outdoor space on the first floor for the Academy to use.
Starting in the lobby, concrete cube sculptures rise upwards, interconnecting the ground floor with the Academy and the office space on the upper levels. Conference and seminar rooms, lounges for impromptu breakout sessions and a multi-purpose dining area encourage you to meet and discuss.
Pictured here: The foundation plates receive concrete reinforcement and—with that—LAB 48 starts to take shape. In the future, the view from this point on the central walkway, will be of the showrooms on the south side of the building. On the right will be the main entrance area to LabCampus’s first physical address.
Pictured here: The middle point of LAB 48’s ground
floor which will soon include the main entrance to the west inner courtyard. On
the left side, a food service area for residents and their guests will be built
and—on the right—one of six showrooms will soon take shape. Before that can
happen, the supports and walls have to go up on the ground floor and the
ceiling circuitry installed.