An enjoyable ambience stimulates creative work, so we are very happy not only to live in one of the most beautiful cities in the heart of Europe, but also to work in one of the most elegant buildings in Wiesbaden: the “Haus Goetz”.
Originally, the property in the Sonnenberger Strasse consisted of two country houses built by Nassauian master builder Theodor Goetz in 1845. During World War II, bombs severely damaged the houses, so a decision was made to combine them, forming a single big building. For decades, the Wiesbaden Sankt-Josef-Hospital used the building as a foster home and recreation facility, and then it was vacant for several years.
The building’s gutting and revitalization by Z+M Architekten in 1999 provided Q the opportunity to design two floors for our specific needs, from space planning to furnishing. Our corporate values – transparency and purity – are reflected by open, accessible rooms and a pure interior style. The favorable location of »Haus Goetz« in Wiesbaden invites exploration of new restaurants in the city center during lunchtime or inspiring walks in the spa gardens right across the street. In the summer, we meet with clients under an umbrella’s shade in our garden.