How can you bring about the right thermal comfort, so that the temperature differences between the inside and outside of your building aren’t multiple degrees Celsius—or even dozens of degrees? You’ll find the answer in this interview for #MORETHANOFFICE. We’ve interviewed Lenka Procházková, the head of sales at High 5 Design, a company that designs a variety of interiors for their clients.
Designing an office so that several generations of employees can work well there is quite a challenge. It has to accommodate modern technical requirements while also creating a pleasant environment for employees to work together. What guides architects and interior designers in their work? This was one topic at the E15 Premium Real Estate and Interiors event in June.
An interview with workplace consultant Filip Muška from CBRE. About how office spaces will change in future decades, and why companies will need just a fifth of their current space. And about the great struggle for better work kitchens.
From living green walls to mega complexes like Amazon’s recently opened Spheres imitating rain forest, the green office is believed to further enhance productivity and creativity of city-dwellers inside the office “cage”.
Take a look at what specific requirements you need to meet in order for your office to join the others out there with this confirmation that it’s a good place not only to work, but also to be. So far no office building in the Czech Republic has gone through the demanding WELL certification process in full. But soon that will no longer be the case.
Elevators are the blood-vessels of modern office buildings. They are becoming ever more important as buildings are getting higher and higher. The number of buildings over 200 meters has tripled since 2000. But elevators do not have to be some tin containers suspended on ropes and hidden somewhere in a building. The lobby of the Radisson Blue Hotel in Berlin has a 25-metre-high AquaDom, the world’s largest freestanding cylindrical aquarium. Inside you can find a 2-storied glass elevator, more than 1,500 tropical fish and 1 million liters of salt water.