The real estate industry has been changing due to digital transformation rapidly. I was lucky to join the Prague Property Forum 2018, a conference for real estate professionals, whose speakers heralded new era in doing property business. Find out what is waiting for us in the next few months and years.
The international IT firm NEORIS, or more precisely its Prague branch, prevailed in the Office for Future Challenges category of last year’s Meeting Room of the Year awards. So — what do their work spaces look like? And how do they work within NEORIS’ daily operations?
In the last few years, beekeeping in the Czech Republic has become a fashionable affair—one that’s flown in from the countryside to Prague. You can find hives on the balconies of apartment buildings and the roofs of banks, hotels, and shopping centers. They’re keeping bees on the roof of the National Theater, and a “smart” hive will be installed above the offices of the Praga Studios administrative building in Karlín.
Just imagine. You’re not shivering with cold because your workmate turned on the AC. The air in the meeting room isn’t stuffy, and the light in the kitchen doesn’t burn your eyes. Wherever you go at your workplace, you have ideal conditions—they’re precisely the ones you prefer. That’s because you’re working at Office 3.0.
More than 300 000 sqm of new office space is being constructed in Prague, according to CBRE study. Almost two thirds of it will be available in 2018. So let´s have a look at some of the new projects. Very soon you will be able to run a marathon of the rooftop of the building in Holešovice district or visit the smartest office building in Europe (being built in Warsaw).