Tribes Inspiring Workplaces has officially opened its third German location in Frankfurt am Main, Tribes Frankfurt Central Station. The state of the art flexible office space is inspired by the Vanuatu tribe from Vanuatu islands and is spread over two floors, and offers meeting rooms, a Tribes bar, dry cleaning services and further amenities at the Baseler Straße. Tribes members can be inspired by the fearlessness of the Vanuatu, which will help them to deal with risks they meet during their entrepreneurship.
Innovative office concept
Tribes offers an innovative office concept with inspiring interiors to its members. The Dutch company offers flexible workplace solutions, meeting rooms and virtual offices in all its locations. Apart from that, Tribes also offers offices custom built to its clients’ wishes. “Our members get access to a worldwide network of state of the art workplaces and meeting rooms – depending on which of our five different memberships they choose”, says Chief and Founder of Tribes, Eduard Schaepman.
Schaepman found inspiration with the 34 remaining nomadic tribes. Every Tribes site pays homage to one of these tribes, the so-called Hero-Tribe. In Tribes Frankfurt Central Station this is the Vanuatu, and their traditional materials, colours and patterns are reflected in the design and the interiors. The Vanuatu know all about being fearlessness, which they have to be for their well-known ceremony: land diving.
The first Tribes location was opened in the Netherlands in May 2015, after which Tribes expanded very quickly with 16 locations in the Netherlands, four in Belgium, and three in Germany. Tribes has opened Tribes Düsseldorf GAP on 22 February and Tribes Frankfurt Garden Tower on 23th of May. The revolutionary provider of flexible office solutions, continues to spread over Germany. ‘The demand for our inspiring flexible offices increases in Germany. The stationary office is dead’ says Schaepman. ‘The modern job market in Germany is no longer static, but flexible and requires workers to be flexible, too. But it’s in peoples’ nature to want to meet each other and exchange opinions. For this, they need a place to meet, to exchange ideas and tell stories. That’s what I wanted to create with Tribes: a modern campfire; a checkpoint on their wanderings, where business nomads can meet. No matter where in the world they may be’.