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LIEBRECHT & WOOD POLAND Sp. z.o.o.
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Liebrecht & wooD is a European developer who has been developing projects in the CEE region for almost 20 years. Liebrecht & wooD is one of the few developers who ensures comprehensive services in the real estate business stretching from concept to property management. The superior architectural values of developed projects have won recognition in many European competitions, including the CEE Retail Awards 2009 prize for the Fashion House Outlet Centre Warsaw project. In April 2009, the company was awarded the “Developer of the Year” prize in Romania at the Europa Property SEE Real Estate Awards. The company focuses their activities on office investments, retail parks and outlet centres (Fashion House Outlet Centre), situated in major CEE regions, such as Warsaw, Gdańsk, Silesia, Bucharest, Moscow and St. Petersburg.
suspended ceilings with built-in modern lighting (in buildings C, D, E)
This solution guarantees high thermal comfort in summer and winter. The ceiling cools or heats the entire surface evenly, without spot-ventilation which may cause discomfort, and it does not require regular cleaning and decontamination. In addition, the heating and cooling ceiling does not create noise, and has a longer lifespan and greater efficiency of heating and cooling than conventional air conditioning (due to better parameters of the thermal energy carrier). It also consumes less energy and cuts CO₂ emissions by approximately 26%.
*in buildings C, D, E
The optimal layout of every floor allows to freely allocate the functions, devide the space and gives a company a possibility to enlarge the office while growing.
one per 20 sq m – for two work stations (in buildings C, D, E)
In order to reduce the consumption of energy needed for heating and
cooling the offices, particular elevations of the building are precisely
oriented toward the points of the compass. In the direction where the
risk of loss of energy is the greatest, walls with increased insulation
factors are used. Double-glazing is also used throughout, with glass
preventing excessive energy loss.
On the windows on the façades of the southern and western exposures
there are additional sunscreens, allowing regulation of the degree
of exposure of the office space to sunlight and preventing overheating.