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.
Three different methods that let even large firms draw from a seemingly disparate meeting of employees, freelancers, entrepreneurs, and remote workers.
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.
About 40 sharks working for social media agency Socialsharks moved to a renewed HQ in Prague-Holešovice in January 2019. In the shark aquarium, you will find an unconventional combination of natural motifs and industrial style.
What good is The Olympics for a corporation? Why can’t employees permanently have a picture of their pet on their desk? And what are the symptoms of “occupied seat syndrome?” Keep reading and learn it all from our interview with David Mansfeld, director of the Czech branch of Johnson & Johnson Global Services, which moved into new offices this year.
Most of us connect virtual and augmented reality with hyper-realistic illusions — with computer games. But real estate developers are beginning to use them for something very real: to better imagine and present their projects. In the commercial sector, they can help employers to make the very best pick of office spaces — the spaces where they will be working and spending a significant part of their life.