Corso Court is part of the CORSO IIA,B C office park located on the renovated industrial district of Karlin, Prague. Corso Court will offer 18,000 sqm of office area, meeting the current demand of activity based workplace layouts, each floor plate offering approximately 2,400 sqm of usable space. Its seven stories will consist of flexible and diverse workplaces, public spaces at atrium and first floor, canteen, retail, garden and more than 302 underground parking spaces. Future tenants will enjoy the flexibility of large floor plates, an impressive atrium and panoramic terraces. Another distinctive feature will be the building's beautiful garden, which can be used for relaxation and work. Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura incorporated various modern architectural features into the design, such as suspended meeting rooms, projecting from the side walls into the interior space of the atrium. “Corso Court combines glass, steel and arches – all typical characteristics of Ricardo Bofill. The interior will be very bright and spacious, as the walls are fully glazed,” says Václav Matoušek, Project Manager of Corso Court. It is projected for Corso Court to enhance LEED standards, reaching Gold certification, becoming not only a contemporary architecture building but also a committed and energy-efficient one. Facade glazing depending on sun orientation, bicycle user facilities and high technology cooling systems will merge with the most modern commercial architecture. Karlín is an attractive location thanks to its vicinity to the city center and its genius loci. “Karlín has become a vibrant location that attracts modern, progressive companies. We are delighted we can support the revitalization of this unique district using our sustainable know-how,” says Marie Passburg, President of Skanska Property Czech Republic.