A modern office means a greater chance to rent
The pandemic has hit the office real estate industry hard. Many companies are planning to move to hot desking and hybrid working, which could mean less space is needed. New buildings are being completed all the time, so tenants are mainly giving up older office buildings. To stay competitive in the market, think about upgrading your space. Modern offices are much more likely to be leased or have their current contracts renewed. The end of the pandemic period is the perfect time for an overhaul. There are a small number of staff in the offices, so the work will have little impact on the tenant's business.
Employees' comfort is paramount
The pandemic has caused people to look at aspects other than just cost and location when choosing an office. The focus has been on issues such as employee well-being, space flexibility and ecology. The changes that will significantly improve the office's competitiveness in these areas fortunately do not require a major overhaul or a lot of money. It is worth taking a closer look at such solutions as smart glass. Smart glazing is slowly becoming a standard in modern offices, and it's installed without much fuss.
Liquid crystal film in the modern office
In the modern office, glass partitions can change transparency thanks to smart liquid crystal film. The rooms therefore adapt to current needs and offer employees privacy when it is needed. When the transparent walls are shaded, space is created for confidential conversations, and important data can be presented using liquid crystal film as a projection screen. Smart film can also be applied to windows to prevent heat build-up. This means optimum conditions for employees and less expenditure on air conditioning.
Warsaw Marriott Hotel
Monopolis in Łódź
For more information on liquid crystal film: www.sonte-poland.pl