“Where do you come up with your best ideas?” We gave this question to nine employees from different companies. And the result? There is no universal creativity hub. Some get inspired on the way from lunch, some in the meeting room and some in the office “jungle.”
In the last decade we talked about offices should be more open to fuel the collaboration. But what about privacy or quietness to focus on your task? Mayank Agrawal, CEO & Founder at Zenspace.io from Silicon Valleyy, offers a solution not only for office buildings but also for public events and spaces.
One of the Czech branches of software company VEEAM is now housed in new offices in Prague-Holešovice. The three-storey space is divided into small closed offices, each for several employees. And you can find ping pong tables on every floor.
Studio Perspektiv has just finished new office interior design for EOH IT Hub in Prague (1300 m2). According to the description provided by the authors the EOH offices are a cluster of cavities, chambers, divisions, and cells, a Petri dish of flowing space.
Deloitte has officially changed its address. It has recently moved its Prague branch to new offices in project Churchill. The company has taken over more than 12,000 m2. Employees can use open-space, small offices, café, gym or so-called quiet rooms where they will feel like in a cosy living room.
The Chongqing Printing 1st Factory was built during the 1960s and 1980s and has stopped production for 30 years. In this hidden space of the city in central China, Whatever Design hopes to establish a new way of working and create a connected space.