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Wroclaw's new Business Garden is an innovative, modern take on the office complex

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Wroclaw’s new Business Garden complex at Legnicka Street 48 is a 117,000 square meter campus designed to fit the needs of the modern company. It consists of nine office buildings with a restaurant pavilion and a surrounding garden.  Each individual office building has an intelligent building management system (water and electrical energy economy combined with the HVAC system), and the complex boasts a restaurant pavilion. The opening of the kindergarten and the medical center remain in the plans.  

Through innovative research and engineering, Dolby Laboratories creates breakthrough experiences in entertainment and communications for billions of people worldwide. Dolby has relocated its Poland office to the Business Garden complex in Wroclaw, securing nearly 3,500 m in space. The design, project, and cost management work was managed by global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield, who supported Dolby in analyzing the workplace environment, curating the interior design, and identifying subcontractors and equipment suppliers.

Inspired by Dolby’s commitment to creating spectacular experiences, Dolby Poland’s new home is a place where art meets science in inspiring ways, including green walls constructed entirely of ceiling to floor plant installations and 12 onsite labs separated by acoustic walls to eliminate noise pollution. It is a physical representation of modernity, innovation, and technological advancements and a spectacular work environment for Dolby employees.

- The new Dolby office is designed to comply with the ruling trends. The design process itself was based on a profound analysis and research on the workplace and interviews with the employers, who got a chance to give their suggestions about how they imagine functioning in the new space. We hope that the comfortable and functional conditions will result in many innovative ideas says Marcin Golly, Associate in Project & Development Services team, Cushman & Wakefield.