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Three areas to consider when designing interiors for seniors

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According to the Polish Central Statistical Office, in 2050 over 40% of Poles will be over 60 years old. The 50+ generation is a growing social group worldwide. This megatrend is described as the silver tsunami. The consequences of demographic change affect all areas of the economy, including those related to architecture and interior design. […]

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Offices of the future – looking towards self-sufficiency What will future offices look like?

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Proptech, created by combining two terms – “property” and “technology”, considers both the technological and mentality change of the real estate industry and responds to a new generation needs of consumers and the challenges facing humanity today. Such demands and challenges are related to a deepening environmental crisis and service level quality improvement. New trends […]

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What can the appearance of the management office say about your company?

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The way in which the workplace for management representatives is designed, equipped and even located in the office space reflects the entire nature of the company. Is the management traditional and hierarchical, a flat structure or maybe even a turquoise organisation? At Quadrature Group, our designers consider this a priority. Even before we start designing, […]

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Common areas encourage creativity

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In 2019, Jeff’s Restaurant at Galeria Mokotów conducted a survey which showed that half of the respondents had lunch at their company in designated areas and 20% ate at their desks. The latter option is certainly not convenient for either the employee or those with whom they share a room. We suggest what to do […]

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The house where Santa lives

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Without doubt, the fit-out project that we were commissioned to do for Santa Claus, no less, will be remembered for years to come. As time passes, the world changes and Santa felt the need to adapt to the 21st century. Our work included the transformation of many elements. We had to strengthen the construction of […]

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What does the new Alfonso XIII look like?

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Built in 1929, the Alfonso XIII Hotel in Seville underwent a major renovation some years ago, which presented big challenge for Quadrature: the delicate matter of renovating and modernizing of the building while preserving the historic character of the architecture. Located in the heart of Seville, the hotel lies adjacent to the impressive Alkazar royal […]

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A shift towards sustainable office design

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Zero net energy buildings are no longer a vision of utopian, but a fact. Sustainability in construction has evolved to enable offices, hotels and homes to be designed in an environmentally friendly way. All of this makes more sense when similar principles are applied to interior design: a balanced approach to both the use of […]

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Hotels – towards innovation

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The impressions that guests get from their stay in the hotel decide whether they will ever return. Comfortable, elegant space coupled with exquisite restaurant cuisine and excellent service are already many good reasons to visit again but to really stand out and remain in guests’ memories forever, it is worthwhile surprising them with a little […]

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Historic buildings with a modernist twist

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Edificios históricos con un toque moderno

The construction industry in Poland has developed since formation of the State and for centuries has reflected the various situations and conditions affecting the country. Many relics of past epochs have fortunately survived until today thereby richly diversifying contemporary architecture. Until recently, an enormous number of such buildings have been demolished and forgotten, along with […]