Every Wednesday in August and September, the chill-out zone will host a variety of thematic well-being and surprise events in addition to providing good music, thematic workshops and a bar zone with refreshments. Cushman & Wakefield has turned its focus not only onto fun, but also onto education. The project foresees #zerowaste eco-workshops whose participants will have an opportunity to make jar terrariums and natural cosmetics on their own. Safety will also feature on the agenda, with plans for hands-on workshops on giving first aid to adults and children.
“Chill do Woli” is not only about leisure and blissful relaxation. Visitors to The Warsaw HUB will be able to access an ‘unplugged’ zone with board games and a large book collection. The Warsaw HUB, one of the most modern office complexes, will also cater to lovers of streaming, Instagram, Tik-Tok and influencer marketing who will be able to enjoy a special designed selfie point: a zone with swings, seats, neon lights and other features in line with the current “Insta rooms” trend.
“The ‘Chill do Woli’ project is a perfect example of placemaking in practice. The Warsaw HUB is to serve people, which means that it should address their needs as best as it can. And we are talking here about the needs of not only tenants, but also of the local community. Our goal is to achieve broad integration with the urban fabric. We want The Warsaw HUB to become a business and social hub, an ideal meeting place and a melting pot of different cultures. Everything in line with sustainability and ESG requirements,”
- says Sylwia Wiszowata- Łazarz, Associate Director, Head of Marketing, Asset Services Poland, Cushman & Wakefield.
“Our task is to care for the community of The Warsaw HUB users and everyone coming to Daszyńskiego Roundabout. What we do helps take well-being and placemaking to a higher level – all driven by the synergy of urban space and a place for working and convenient shopping,”
- adds Sylwia Wiszowata- Łazarz