Corso Court is a new modern office building (17,200 m², 7 above ground floors, 302 underground parking spaces) located in Karlín, Prague, in an originally industrial area that is currently undergoing a sensitive transformation into a lively business district. Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill designed an exceptional project for this location, corresponding to the industrial aesthetics of the original buildings (glass, steel, functionality). At the heart of the square layout of the building is an atrium, whose space is architecturally enhanced by hanging meeting rooms. In addition to this atrium, the project has a garden that can be used for both relaxation and work. The garden offers many practical features such as wi-fi connection, phone charging sockets and chess and ping-pong tables. Thanks to the spacious auditorium, concerts, company meetings and Christmas markets can take place here.
At Corso Court, a number of green solutions have been applied to minimize the environmental impact of the building. A performance cladding was designed and certified by a third party independent Environmental Product Declaration (EPD). The building has an energy-efficient heating, ventilation and cooling concept, ensuring a significant reduction in operating costs, and, as with other Skanska projects, great emphasis is placed on the quality of the building's indoor environment. All of these green solutions are backed by LEED Platinum certification. Green Building Council in January 2016.