Outdoor meeting points enrich every company


Relaxing breaks in an appealing outdoor area – an open-air lounge should not be underestimated as a strong motivational tool for your team. Our (own) examples show this.

Especially in times of a shortage of skilled workers, it is becoming increasingly important for companies to attract young, talented as well as competent and experienced employees and to retain them in the long term. Appealing workspaces and clever design concepts inspire all employees equally, and this not only indoors, but also outdoors. But how can a lounge area in the fresh air be designed so that it becomes a lively and much-used hot spot for lunch breaks or team events?

Meissl plans and implements a solution for you that suits your building and outdoor area. No matter whether you just want a simple roofing for a terrace or balcony, or whether you want to treat yourself and your employees to a café or bar! A good example: In 2022, we created two outdoor areas for our employees at our company headquarters in Pfarrwerfen, which have been used for various purposes ever since. On the one hand, they serve as popular meeting places for all employees during their lunch break or after work, but this also in the cooler months, thanks to integrated heaters and lighting, which make taking a break on comfortable lounge furniture and bar stools a year-round pleasure. Many a celebration has already been had here!
In addition, we also use the Meissl Lounge as a showroom for customers, interested parties and partners or as a presentation area for new product developments. Just drop by and have a look.

Ski Data, the manufacturer of access solutions and parking systems with 27 subsidiaries and partners in more than 100 countries, also offers its 350 employees at the Grödig site an attractive outdoor recreation area thanks to Meissl. The Salzburger Nachrichten has also recognised the added value of an outdoor area designed with Meissl which we will present to you in spring. Feel free to follow us on Instagram for that.

Publication date: 4 Apr 2023