The fitness brand is investing in its employees with an innovative and flexible events building called Halftime, encouraging workers to connect, collaborate and relax

Employers have realized that creating a work environment to support employees is a win-win strategy, fostering greater happiness as well as productivity. Fitness brand Adidas is aiming to create a more flexible environment for its workers with its Halftime event center and restaurant.

The new building covers 14,000 square feet, and includes meeting spaces, employee catering facilities and gardens around the building. Design by Copenhagen-based architects COBE, the entire structure is fitted with latest energy standards and is being prepared for LEED certification. The structure is equipped withe multiple glass façades and conservatories with glass skylights to bring in natural light and help lower required heat, thus reducing its energy costs and emissions.

According to the release, the building's concept is meant to give the company's employees more flexibility in how they use the campus, functioning as a complement to the office spaces. The open floor plan also encourages communication, along with the availability for multiple types of meeting rooms and locations.

Adidas Halftime

Employers have realized that creating a work environment to support employees is a win-win strategy, fostering greater happiness as well as productivity. Fitness brand Adidas is aiming to create a more flexible environment for its workers with its Halftime event center and restaurant.

The new building covers 14,000 square feet, and includes meeting spaces, employee catering facilities and gardens around the building. Design by Copenhagen-based architects COBE, the entire structure is fitted with latest energy standards and is being prepared for LEED certification. The structure is equipped withe multiple glass façades and conservatories with glass skylights to bring in natural light and help lower required heat, thus reducing its energy costs and emissions.