A “human sized” IT company, HS Works wants to operate openly both with customers and among colleagues. This is obvious looking at their new offices, too.
When looking for new premises, translation and interpretation service provider Semantix focused on location and modern space solutions.
According to our experience, in office construction and renovation projects, the client and their designers and inspectors sit on one side of the table and the contractors and the subcontractor settle down opposite them.
Procountor is rapidly increasing the number of its personnel, so they needed new office space with haste. In just a couple of months they were able to occupy an expansion of 460 square metres downstairs of their existing offices.
The more there are people taking part in spatial design and construction, the more difficult and slower it is for the project to proceed. A large group of designers does not guarantee a result of higher quality or any way better. Why, then, do renovation projects involve so many people if we know that overcrowding increases costs?
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