London’s MAKE architects come to see how their ideas translate in Bratislava
One a sunny summer’s day, some curious journalists and two architects from the London branch of MAKE architects took a very scenic tour of our New Apollo construction site.
For the unknowing journalists, one of the most eye-catching features was the pleasant green atrium, which will eventually have a water feature and scenic colonnade – a tranquil retreat whatever the weather. The ground-level bicycle hub is also unconventional.
As well as racks for over 200 bikes, there’s a bicycle wash, a small bike service station and a bicycle café – all connected to the rest of the world by a new dedicated bicycle track to the main road.
It’s one of the most exciting projects in CEE. Some of its floors stretch to over 8,000 sq m, which makes it a hugely attractive (and astonishingly huge) option for large corporations and SSC.
Also, thanks to its five cores, there are great lease options for smaller companies – which means the final building should evolve to house a diverse community of businesses.
Some fast New Apollo facts:
- 48,000 sq m leasable area is the largest in CEE
- Safe cycle hub for more than 200 bicycles
- Part of the New Nivy zone, whose new bus station is just 5 minutes away on foot
- Green atrium with a water feature
- Designed by MAKE architects London
- BREEAM and WELL-certified
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