HB Reavis has delivered the campus-style buildings of Forest, a project focused on incorporating natural elements and greenery in Poland's capital. Along with it, the company topped out the 120-metre-tall Forest tower.
The completed buildings offer over 20,000 sq m of office space (which equals about one-third of the Louvre Museum in Paris), ground floor retail and restaurant opportunities. While still under construction, the adjacent tower has now reached its full height.
When the entire project is complete in Q1 2022, its gross leasable area will be almost three times as much as it is now. One thing’s for sure, Forest's design by HRA Architekci's will put an emphasis on biophilia and active design in every square meter so everyone working there in the future can feel well and productive every single working day.
Reducing Forest's footprint A public courtyard filled with around 200 trees will be complemented by an energy-efficient facade with bronze-coloured panels inspired by tree bark. The rooftop entrances and plant pots will also be covered in a rust-like weathering steel that naturally changes shades over time.