Building upon a history of creative environments, the AppHaus is SAP’s “customer facing” co-innovation space in which customers, SAP, and end-users collaboratively work on projects.
Since 2010 SAP has renovated offices worldwide to foster teamwork and collaboration, and several AppHauses were initially established to co-locate internal software development teams to explore new consumer “apps” (hence the name). The customer-facing AppHaus is the next step in the evolution of the concept, bringing creative space to SAP’s collaboration with their customers.
Located in the very heart of Berlin, a few steps away from Alexanderplatz and its famous TV-tower, our Berlin location joins the beat of one of Europe’s most vibrant & culturally diverse cities. Together with the nearby SAP building, SAP Labs and the new multi-purpose DataSpace facilities, the Apphaus Berlin strengthens SAP’s presence in the heart of the German capital.
Facts and Figures
The SAP AppHaus Berlin houses approx. 200 m² of office space for our design team, a small kitchen area, and two small meeting rooms of about 15m² each. An adjoining workshop space of almost 200m² can host workshops with between 10 to 35 participants.
About the Space
The AppHaus Berlin is SAP’s newest customer–facing AppHaus installation. It was designed based on the original AppHaus in Heidelberg and opened to customers in late 2016. While somewhat smaller than its larger siblings, the Berlin AppHaus proudly sits on the top floor of a beautiful, historic building in the heart of Germany’s capital. This quiet location, facing onto an interior courtyard, also houses the offices of SAP Labs Berlin. Here, visitors can experience a space that supports dynamic work, while fostering collaboration and openness to face the type of quickly evolving projects and challenges that are often faced by our customers.
At the heart of the AppHaus in Berlin lies the deep personal investment of all team members: the space keeps evolving and it is a project for itself; the team can iterate choices and apply its own style to define and redefine the working environment it lives in.
Thanks to its central location near historic Alexanderplatz, visitors can enjoy a roof-top view of the Berlin TV Tower, as well as explore the vibrant neighborhood of Berlin-Mitte, with its many museums, art-galleries and its lively cafés and restaurants.