Bořislavka Centrum has brought original, timeless architecture to European Avenue in Prague that is in line with the principles of sustainable development. The project consists of four buildings in the shape of irregular natural crystals on a common base. The international investment company KKCG has representative office space in this multifunctional building, the design of which was developed by the Prague architectural firm Aulík Fišer architekti.
The airy interiors impress at first glance with their natural colors and use of natural materials such as light wooden ceilings, floor types and rich interior greenery. The individual offices are separated from the common areas by either MICRA II double-glazed partitions, some with digital blinds, or MICRA I single glass partitions that are shaped into curves. MICRA II interior partitions meet the highest acoustic requirements, while the elegant minimalist MICRA I partitions also have good acoustic properties while maintaining an open interior. Both systems provide both peace of mind for work and visual contact between co-workers.