PASSERINVEST GROUP, the developer and investor of the multifunctional BB Centrum complex in Prague 4, has prepared an opportunity for the tenants, employees, visitors and general public to try out a fully equipped and operational office from the beginning of the 90s and to compare it to a modern office of today. Stop by the ground floor of the ALPHA office building by the Brumlovka bus stop and travel through time. Come take a look at what a modern computer looked like, how comfortable the chairs were and recall what all was missing in offices in the 90s. See how comfortable today’s ergonomic chairs are, and what all we use in today’s offices. The retro and modern offices are freely accessible each business day until the end of June 2017.
The PASSERINVEST group is celebrating its 25th anniversary on the development market this year and thus it is offering an opportunity to take a look at the office environment people worked in at the beginning of the 90s and what the trends are today.
Go back in time to the 90s and learn about or reminisce about the time when the Czech Republic was first officially connected to the Internet or, while you are waiting for a meeting, take a look at the periodicals from that period. Or bring your materials for your work and try out whether you find it more comfortable sitting on an ergonomic chair behind an adjustable desk, or whether you prefer a wooden table and leather chair.
The retro and modern office are freely accessible each business day from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. from 23 March to the end of June in the entrance hall of the ALPHA building (Vyskočilova 1461/2a, 140 00 Prague 4). “There is a free Wi-Fi connection to the Internet available, as well as a desk, chair and seats. Thus if you are planning a team meeting or just want to work outside of the office for a moment, come and try out this inspirational spot,” added Kristýna Samková, the Head of PR and Marketing for PASSERINVEST GROUP, a.s.