a new head office for Orange Poland
In downtown Warsaw, Poland, Orange employees have just begun their move to new premises. Eventually, 3,350 employees will work in the new offices, which have extremely good public transport links.
The complex is made up of five buildings, each six stories high, with a total floor space of 43,700 m², as well as an underground car park with capacity for 1,050 cars and 120 bicycles.
The new Orange head office, “Orange City”, is much more than just a place of work; though there are admittedly many offices, few combine cutting-edge technology with a pleasant, functional working environment so successfully.
environmental performance and well-being
Orange City was designed by Polish architect Stanisław Fiszer. It is a Class A+ office premises, which is the maximum energy efficiency rating. It also received the rating of “Very Good” for environmental performance according to BREEAM certification.
In addition to reduced water consumption and energy considerations, much emphasis was placed on light, green spaces, and all the elements that have an impact on the health and well-being of the building’s occupants. What’s more, many meeting rooms have been provided, along with‘friendly’ spots for more informal meetings. Employees also have access to a canteen serving over 300 people, and many other services including a gym.
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