We have picked six interesting startups that will help you to deal with new trends in (re)building your offices. They specialize in PropTech (property & technology) projects, which means that their solutions link innovations with real estate property.
Without elevators, the world would really need a lift. For example, John McClane from Die Hard would have had a harder time taking down terrorists. But above all—without elevators, it doesn’t seem like there would be any high rises, and without those, there’d be a lot fewer of us all. So what’s the past of these traveling cabins? What does their future look like? And where can elevators move you faster than the local speed limit?
Pull out your business cards from trash, they don't belong to a recycle bin! You can shift them to a completely new level with augmented reality. Scan the paper card with a phone and stare how new technology brings video and sound or diverse animation to life.
A buzzword that is very often related to modern workplaces? “Flexible!” But have you ever thought of a flexible building that is actually able to move? Let us introduce you The Shed – describing itself as museum-meets-performance space that can shapeshift to double its indoor perimeter in five minutes.
Last year, Skanska enriched the development market with a unique operating system for smart office buildings. “Connected by Skanska doesn’t just connect technologies; above all it should connect people,” Skanska Property director Alexandra Tomášková notes in our interview on office innovations.
Merck Innovation Center in Darmstadt, Germany was nominated to the shortlist of MIPIM Awards 2019 as a Best Office & Business Development. An unique architecture is underlined by an interactive light installation made of almost 600 double-sided OLED elements.