Are you preparing your New Year’s resolutions? And how about if in 2019, alongside dropping pounds and drinking less coffee, reaching meetings on time, and taking a month-long vacation in Bhutan, you also try to improve your work environment? We’ve spoken with seven people, and so we can offer quite a bit of inspiration on what a designer, manager, or architect might want to change.
Michal Pohludka writes about work at multinationals. With a detached view, humor, and the kind of empathy you’ll only rarely see in a top manager. “Hungarians don’t quite love work, but they know how to talk about it for a long time. And the French? I’m amazed they still exist,” he says for example of workers from other countries.
Petra Hubačová founded one of the first coworkings in Prague as early as in 2009 and has engaged in interconnecting start-ups and corporations for many years now. Thus, it was no surprise that the Polish coworking chain Business Link chose her to open its first Czech branches in Holešovice.
At first you’ll start laughing — it will all sound ridiculous. But then your smile will freeze on your face as you realize that what you’re seeing on stage may not be far from real life. Welcome to one office’s microcosm. Welcome to the play My Boss Is Dumb.
Dutch start-up PHYSEE has developed the first window in the world that uses solar energy, evaluates data on the state of the glass facade while being completely transparent. Therefor it has already earned several awards.