trivago’s new campus to double as intergalactic space-craft

Leaked blueprints reveal the company’s out-of-this-world plans to take trivago into outer-space by 2019.

It was revealed this morning that trivago’s new Headquarters in Düsseldorf, Germany, are being built not only to accommodate the company’s growth, but also to achieve their long-term goal of being the first company in space.

This news first came to light yesterday after one of the Designers, Katalin Varga, let slip to a friend what she had seen after looking a little closer at the plans for the campus.

Visibly shaken, Katalin revealed:

“The original designs had been doctored, you could see that someone, somewhere, had added rocket-boost technology beneath where the in-house restaurants are planned to be. Is it alien tech? Well, it is too early to tell..”

trivago Managing Director Rolf Schrömgens, a long-term advocate of diversity in the workplace, has since confirmed that yes, the board have been working closely with aliens on this project. He went on to reveal his hopes of integrating an alien team to work alongside current talents once the campus is fully in orbit.

The company had previously released a video to showcase plans for the campus, but conveniently left out any mention of its interstellar purpose.

View the (earthbound!) video for the campus here:

 

Lee Jones
Lee Jones

Lee Jones is a Conceptual Copywriter and Employer Branding Specialist at trivago.

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