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.
In our survey, managers from a variety of firms have taken a look back at the almost-mandatory remote work brought about by the recent pandemic. What have several weeks of working from home brought them, and what will they bring back to their offices? Think about it too and let us know! #nechamsi
The office building completed in 2019 in Prague won CIJ Hall of Fame Awards 2020. Skanska as its developer was also awarded with the “Best innovation” title for its smart building operating system.
Renowned architect Eva Jiřičná and other professional jurors met and decided on the winners of the CBRE Art of Space Awards 2020, the commercial real estate competition. Office buildings in Prague and Dobříš scored among others in the six main categories.
In dozens of buildings across Prague, you’ll find magic boxes where you can stuff your dirty laundry, and within 48 hours it returns to the same box washed and ironed. Tomáš Slonka, founder of the LaundryBox project, has described its details for us in this interview.