“Smart office” salon by Progetto CMR and Rapal was held successfully

On 24th of May, 2016, the “Smart office” Salon organized by Progetto CMR and Rapal was held successfully in Beijing Italian center, in which nearly 30 experts and company representatives of relevant fields have attended.

During the salon, Mr. Massimo Roj, the Founding Partner and Global CEO of Progetto CMR, has shared his understanding of smart office with the guests: “It is a new way to work, but also a new way to think the job”. The new way to work should be creative, dynamics, and organized, to satisfy all needs of interaction, communication, sharing and team working. Meanwhile the smart office brings many benefits such as increase productivity, lower labor costs, save working time and reduce the CO2 emission.

As an experienced leader in the architectural industry, Massimo Roj has also given the answer to the space planning strategy for the smart office, which follows five steps: 1.Listening to client, 2. Concept design, 3.Design development, 4.Implementation, 5. Post occupancy evaluation. For the architects of Progetto CMR, the key point of smart office is not only the use of new technologies but also on the popularization of this new culture, only when the concepts of smart office root in Chinese market that all the advanced concepts and technologies can get developed.

The other organizer of the Salon is Rapal, a Finnish company who focuses on the workplace management solutions. Mr. Rainer Lund, the head of international sales of Rapal, not only shared his insight on smart office, but also explained to the audience how to use “Optimaze Measure” (software developed by Rapal) to better utilize the space of work environment. “Optimaze Measure” is the perfect tool to support Progetto CMR’s Smart office concept, and the cooperation of the two companies will create modern and innovative office spaces, in the meantime maximize the real estate efficiency and sustainability.

After the sharing, the free exchange and the discussions among the guests drew a satisfactory conclusion to the salon.