Deciding on the winners of the 26th year of the nationwide "Building of the Year" competition goes into the final. Simultaneously with the judging of the jury, the public can also choose its winner. Which of the office buildings is your favourite winner?
Visionary office building in Holešovice in Prague opened its doors to the public at the end of August. Visitors had the opportunity not only to inspect the building, but also to test the runway on the roof and the nearby playground.
We interview the people who know the most about what’s happening at the office. For this entry in our series of interviews with receptionists, we’ve driven out to Enterprise Office Centre in Prague’s Pankrác district, home of Avast, a company that started out as an antivirus software developer.
How are folks pedaling along in the different parts of Europe? We asked five people about their experiences with riding their bike, or even their scooter, to work. What advantages and disadvantages does motor-free transport present for them? What’s the ride like in different European metropolises? And how well is cycling supported by employers? Join us in taking inspiration from them and let your car take a well-deserved rest in its garage.
Business Link is one of the largest coworking centers in Poland. It’s constantly expanding, and it currently has 16 outlets that cover all the country’s main regional cities. As Business Link is now entering the Czech market too, I’ve asked Jarosław Bator, Business Link’s COO, a few questions to unveil the secret of the company’s success.
Take a look at the visual and content series of photographs Chrámy nové doby (Temples of the New Era) of art photographer Jiří Šebek. It is a counterpart to the classic style of Prague buildings and to Šebek's typical work. For this set, the author won the Czech Press Photo Award in 2016.