The fifth-annual jubilee anniversary of the CBRE Meeting Room of the Year competition set a new record of participants. This year, 101 has registered to take part in the CBRE Meeting Room of the Year Project and the jury has selected 44 finalists. IT companies and companies from Prague represent the most of them, there are also 4 coworking centres among them.
Deciding on the winners of the 26th year of the nationwide "Building of the Year" competition goes into the final. Simultaneously with the judging of the jury, the public can also choose its winner. Which of the office buildings is your favourite winner?
Wood as a building material is more associated with log cabins than skyscrapers. What are its advantages for the construction of high-rise buildings and why such a skyscraper does not burn down, explains the designer Patrik Domanický.
The Czech Chamber of Architects presented thirty-three works, which are bidding for the Czech Prize for Architecture in 2018. Among the nominees are three office projects: the Vault42 in Olomouc, the multifunctional building Dorn in Brno and the administrative building in Strančice near Prague. The Main Prize winner and the other finalists will be announced on the November 19th at the gala evening at the Karlín Forum.
The international IT firm NEORIS, or more precisely its Prague branch, prevailed in the Office for Future Challenges category of last year’s Meeting Room of the Year awards. So — what do their work spaces look like? And how do they work within NEORIS’ daily operations?