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...)
How does an office’s daylight affect how you sleep at night? What’s the relationship between bad smells and bad productivity? Or the relationship between your water intake and headaches? These are just three of the questions that our series on WELL building certification will answer. We’ve prepared these articles in cooperation with the Skanska company.
From living green walls to mega complexes like Amazon’s recently opened Spheres imitating rain forest, the green office is believed to further enhance productivity and creativity of city-dwellers inside the office “cage”.
The year 2019 will bring a turning point for the City, a financial district of London. Great Britain will officialy leave the EU after Brexit referendum. But some companies are going in opposite way - leaving the City and moving to continental Europe. The year 2019 will be also a year when a new dominant of the City and the second-tallest building in EU is about to be completed.