Why should there be a gym next to every healthy office? How does a staircase’s width affect how willing people are to walk up it? How many people are obese in the Czech Republic? You’ll be receiving answers to all of these questions from Arnold, a project manager at a company that’s headquartered at a building with WELL certification, which assesses buildings’ influence on people’s health.
We’re all part of a very new breed. We spend an average of 90% of our lives inside of buildings. And we spend nearly all of our workdays indoors. But to keep working right, humans needs light. When you don’t have natural light available, a high-quality source of artificial light should replace it.
A major interview with Alex Tomášková, the new director of Skanska Property Czech Republic. On how she strives to bring individual projects to perfection. On how she gets along in the mainly male world of construction and big business. And on how Skanska’s office buildings utilize today’s technologies.
What should the ideal company kitchen look like? What food and drinks should(n’t) you have available during your work? And why should your employer hand you a hoe and a spade? We asked Lilly, who’s working at a new office building from Skanska. This company, originally from Scandinavia, is now introducing the prestigious WELL certification on the Czech market (among others). It establishes standards for healthy offices.
Forget about energy drinks and meditative music! If you’re seeking the key to better output at work, find yourself a glass of water. We’ll be showing you how to care for water right, so that it stays healthy and high-quality.
“Make sure to breathe right!” That sentence is the first thing most of us hear when entering this world, although it’s more for our mothers than for us. Modern offices, as “incubators,” take this command to heart and try to offer their occupants higher-quality air than what’s out beyond the glass facade. (Another maternity command — “Squeeze!” — is respected more than well enough by your boss...)