After the events related to the Covid-19 disease, companies will pay significantly more attention to the impact of the work environment on health. Skanska also expects an increase in demand for ´healthy´ offices, which it has been focusing on for a long time now.
One thing is certain. The post-coronavirus era will bring changes to the work environment and one of them may be increased safety measures. One of them is the MEDICAS thermal camera, which is said to be able to detect an infected colleague as soon as he enters the building.
What effects will the Covid-19 pandemic have on commercial real estate’s future and its design? We’ve asked Alexandra Tomášková, Skanska Executive Vice President for Skanska Commercial Development in Hungary and the Czech Republic, to present her vision and commentary.
Is it better to work out on a couch or an ergonomic chair? We asked Jakub Kudláček. He worked in IT. But now he works as an online fitness trainer and he teaches the right way to exercise
Coronavirus changes our lives vigorously. How will it be reflected in the design of office space? A hospital environment with specific air circulation, surfaces and layout can be the inspiration.
Co-working spaces are an established practice today. But have you heard of co-napping? One such is operated in Bangkok. At Nap Lab, they believe that if you take a nap while working, you will increase your productivity. Thus, in addition to office desks, they also provide office beds.