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  • Insects settled at Bobrowiecka 8

    Spectra Development, a member of the Polish Association of Developers, has become involved in an initiative organised by the PZFD to build the largest house for insects. The developer has joined the campaign by erecting two insect hotels in the area adjacent to the Bobrowiecka 8 office building.

    “Taking care of the ecology and supporting the functioning of the ecosystem in cities is extremely important. This is why we joined the action organised by the PZFD. I am glad that insect hotels will join the eco-friendly solutions we implemented earlier in the Bobrowiecka 8 office building,” said Dariusz Sokołowski, President of the Management Board of Spectra Development

    The Bobrowiecka 8 office building is characterised by its timeless architecture and advanced technological solutions, which guarantee the most comfortable working conditions. The investment provides 25,000 sqm of A-class office and service space. The building was constructed in accordance with the principles of sustainable development, and apart from the BREEAM certificate at the “Excellent” level, it is distinguished by the BIM modelling system used during its construction. In the office building, which is an exemplary example of ecological thinking, many ecological solutions have been applied. One of these is an energy-saving and cost-saving VRV system that recovers heat from the server room to heat domestic water, eliminating the need to use district heat to heat water. In addition, infrared washbasin taps have been installed to reduce water consumption, and cyclist-friendly solutions have been installed in the form of bicycle racks and changing rooms with showers for cyclists. Meanwhile, a charging station for electric vehicles – EVBox from Businessline with a power of 22kW, owned by one of the tenants of the office building, ENGIE Group, was installed near the investment.

    A well-thought-out concept of integrating architecture with greenery was used to realise the office building, the introduction of which into the building’s surroundings is supported by a multitude of advantages for the building, the environment and its users. Greenery can be found around the development and in the inner courtyards of the building, which also serve as an Art Garden. The vegetation found at Bobrowiecka 8 includes tall birch trees, shrubs and low-growing greenery.

    The Bobrowiecka 8 building is the youngest of three projects in the Bobrowiecka Street urban complex. In addition to the office building, it consists of neighbouring buildings – the Bobrowiecka 6 office building and the Bobrowiecka 10 apartment building. The whole project was designed by JEMS Architekci studio, creating a coherent complex which significantly increases the attractiveness of Dolny Mokotow.

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