Qubes, though, offers a truly tailored and scalable proposition – the benefits of a conventional office, with the flexibility growing businesses need. Based in HB Reavis developments, they also reflect the Group’s focus on ambition to design, build and manage buildings that enhance wellbeing and productivity. Private and self-contained, the workspaces can each comfortably sit 20 people, and are ready and waiting to be adapted at ease by businesses looking to expand. Each modular unit can be fitted to meet users’ needs, with a catalogue of stylish, bespoke, high-specification furniture options – including more unique options like personal lockers and beer fridges. While still easy to set up and move into, this means a Qubes space still integrates a level of personalization more in keeping with a traditional leased workspace. Qubes sits perfectly between a traditional office model and a co-working space, offering the benefits of a conventional offices in terms of security and personalisation, whilst also offering flexibility to growing businesses unable to accurately predict their long-term growth pattern.
Now fully tested, Qubes has been operating at a smaller scale across Europe. Now, the brand is ready to expand into the Group’s flagship workplaces. Three major sites at Nivy Tower in Bratislava, Agora in Budapest and Varso Place in Warsaw should be in place by 2020 – and take the brand past 2,000 workstations.