A 3D printer on a construction site – Sounds like a science fiction? Well, no more. One of these has recently printed a two-storey office building for the Dubai municipality. With a total area of 640 square meters, it is the largest 3D printed building in the world.
The world is changing and we are entering a whole new phase. With the advent of the new decade and rapid changes in the working environment, we may be wondering what the future of the workplace will look like. British company Knight Frank has come up with predictions based on years of experience in psychology, technology, economics and change management. What do you think about it?
The Praga Studios administrative building in the Karlín district of Prague is now equipped with the most state-of-the-art parking system in the Czech Republic. The solution for the Skanska project, which has been named the second greenest office building in Europe, was developed in collaboration with Skanska by Sharry Europe.
Skanska has begun making use of a unique recycled concrete named Rebetong. What previously ended up after building demolitions as waste at the scrapyard can now be used for the production of a new building material.
Door that opens right in front of you. Elevator that arrives before you press the button. Coffee that's being prepared as soon as you enter the café. This is not sci-fi. This is a reality, developed by California company Proxy.