In April, the Prague office project named Visionary obtained WELL for Core and Shell – a certification marking it as a healthy building. This complex in Prague’s Holešovice district has thus become the first office project not only in the country, but also in all of Central Europe to receive this prestigious recognition.
Will the future see every meeting shifted into virtual space? AV MEDIA marketing manager Jiří Plátek answers this question and more in his interview for #MORETHANOFFICE.
Why will English decline as an international business language? Who should design collaborative spaces? Why are office desks getting smaller? Read on to check out our interview with Rainer Bogner, Lead Country Manager at ExxonMobil BSC Czechia.
Offices are changing due to technologies and pressure from the younger generation, psychologist Dalibor Špok has informed us in this interview for #MORETHANOFFICE. Work environments are Špok’s area of specialization. He helps companies and individuals create or find the optimum environment for satisfied, successful work.
Jan Kurz and his wife Zuzana founded KURZ Architects studio three years ago, after finishing their degrees. They design houses and commercial spaces that have won awards in competitions assessing the leading edge in Czech office design. The pair themselves, meanwhile, have “escaped” the city and live in solitude among the Novohradské hills.
Architect Pavel Kříž created offices for Petr Rokůsek’s companies that won awards in both domestic competitions that assess the interiors of working spaces. When you ride up to the sixth floor of the new DRN building on Národní třída in the center of Prague, you’re entering a forest, where the businessmen and programmers of Nano Energies are hard at work.