The Axel-Springer-Neubau construction's out-of-the-ordinary architectural design represents the future of working in a digital publishing house. With 10,000 m² of floorspace, the building has a total of 13 floors and offers space for around 3500 employees. Draughted by Rem Koolhaas (OMA), this new build project provides the most modern of office and conference spaces, not to mention restaurants, TV studios and a newsroom for the WELT news channel, plus a number of meeting spaces which promote spontaneous communication and informal exchanges between colleagues. A highlight inside the building is the 45-metre-high atrium which features terraces and bridges that connect different parts of the building. The new working worlds of Axel-Springer follow the New Work philosophy and are guided by three principles: "human", "space" and "technology".