At the heart of Geneva’s tech district, nestled amongst a host of world-class businesses and brands, sits L’Atelier: a 45,000 m2 modular and flexible complex designated to welcome a vibrant and varied community of companies.
Whether welcoming artisanal production, industry or biotechnology, L’Atelier has been designed as a diverse, inspiring and collaborative hub for business.
From large scale and private offices to laboratories, showrooms and retail space, L’Atelier’ interiors are modular and fully equipped to accommodate a wide range of working needs.
ENDLESS WORKSPACE POSSIBILITIES
L’ATELIER IS KITTED OUT WITH A RANGE
OF LOGISTICAL EQUIPMENT:
L’Atelier’s flexible spaces can be configured
for all stages of your business processes, from
conception and production all the way to sales.
Every space is entirely modular
Floorplates divide and adapt to a wide range
of uses as offices, storage facilities, production
spaces, laboratories and more
Common areas make coworking, collaboration
and an optimal exchange of ideas
Vaste opening triple-glazed windows allow in an abondance of air and light, creating an inspiring environment for all tenants.
A unique workspace with a private entrance, Le Labo inside L’Atelier offers complete freedom and flexibility – perfect for a single occupant to let or buy.
Enjoy a workspace that’s entirely your own, with all the perks of L’Atelier right next door.
A suite of in-house services make life at L’Atelier just that bit easier.
Your team can run collaborative sessions in the coworking space, enjoy lunch at the on-site restaurants, work up a sweat with an in-house personal trainer and even get their cars or their client’s cars washed.
L’Atelier is strategically located at the heart of Geneva’s high-tech Plan-les-Ouates district.
Home to some of the world’s best-known brands, it’s the perfect place to set your business up for a flourishing future.
- Alvazzi Groupe
- Frederique Constant
- Harry Winston
- Jean Gallay
- L'Occitane International
- Losinger Marazzi
- Patek Philippe
- Ralph Lauren
- Vacheron Constantin