<span class="field-content">Tétris is thriving, rebranding completed</span>


Tétris is thriving, rebranding completed

7 October 2016

More than 225 projects completed covering a total area of over 140K m2, including the new headquarters of Wyborowa Pernod Ricard, EY, and Stanley Black & Decker, and the prestigious interiors of Zlota 44 and Park Lane.
These are just some examples of how Neo Świat has advanced since it merged with Tétris in May of last year.

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<span class="field-content">ARCHITECTURAL CONTEST</span>



30 September 2016

‘Noname Architects' design studio wins the Tétris contest

We have pleasure to announce that the winner of the contest for the creative arrangement concept of the new Tétris office in Warsaw Spire building is "Noname Architects". Also, particularly noteworthy were the ideas of Inspace and Bizzon Architektura Wnętrz.
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<span class="field-content">How can we enchant the workplace? Tétris at the Architecture Festival</span>


How can we enchant the workplace? Tétris at the Architecture Festival

22 September 2016

The first edition of the Architecture Festival, organized by Eurobuild, took place on 15 September 2016 in Warsaw. The event featured numerous interesting panels and multimedia presentations. Some of the many guests included specialists from the real estate and construction industries, who were on hand to discuss every facet of the creation process of commercial spaces - from design to implementation. Illuminated by the light of camera flashes, Eurobuild awarded prizes to the winners of the Eurobuild Awards in Architecture.

A particularly interesting topic of discussion focused on the collaboration between architect and other project stakeholders, namely the investor and contractor. Danuta Barańska, creative director of Tétris was among the panelists:

"Looking at an architectural design, on the one hand we have the client’s expectations; on the other technical and adaptive possibilities and restrictions. We, the architects, have to combine these two elements together with the given technical conditions in order to be able to implement the design in the particular location. Whereas the customer has one primary expectation - safety – in terms of the lack of discord between the contractor, the architect and other contractors, as well as having the works completed with the expected quality and within the established time frame and budget. How can we achieve this?

The best solution in this situation is the Design & Build model of work, which takes a comprehensive view of the project as a whole. The architect can be a part of the contractor’s team or cooperate with the contractor as an independent studio. In both cases, there is one guiding principle: the project from the beginning is analysed in terms of feasibility and budget. Thanks to this, the architect can be confident that any proposed artistic vision will be possible to implement, because there is no risk that it will fall victim to necessary compromises forced by mistakes in other areas of the project. What separates Design & Build companies from other contractors is that the architect is actually a part of their team, acting as an "interpreter" between the independent studio and the technical team. For the author of the design, this is a guarantee that their intentions are well understood.

Therefore, from the point of view of the investor, it is important to analyse and minimize all possible risks that may occur during project implementation before deciding on a partner for cooperation. A substantial part of these concerns focus on cooperation between the design and delivery process, and hence it ensures good cooperation between all parties. 

The event was attended by representatives of all parties that influence the process of space creation: architects, design studios, interior designers, fit-out companies, construction companies, producers of finishing materials, producers of building materials, developers, investors, tenants, planners and urban planners.


<span class="field-content">Tétris ranked as 1st in Book of Lists fit-out ranking </span>


Tétris ranked as 1st in Book of Lists fit-out ranking

13 September 2016

Tétris won the first place in a new fit-out category for the complexity of provided services as well as the number and the area of completed projects and generated revenues.

- Achieving leadership on the market is a sure confirmation of the validity of the decision on the merger of global experience of Tétris with Neo Świat brand. The added value that we bring to our customers is Design & Build model, which is the most comprehensive service in the market of interior design. - Said Rajmund Węgrzynek, managing director of Tétris  Poland.

Book of Lists is the largest publication of rankings in Poland, issued by the Warsaw Business Journal. Until now, the real estate sector was analyzed here from the point of view of general contractors, agencies and architects. The need to include a new category, fit-out, appeared in the wake of the growing interest of global companies in leasing and arranging space in Poland. The costs of fit-out exceed significantly the cost of construction of buildings – that is why the data on these services are particularly valued by global corporations, real estate agencies and investment funds.

Last year, Tétris (part of JLL group) completed in Poland 115 000 sq m of fit-out. These include office, hotel and retail spaces. Recent examples of that work are offices of EY, PWC, Wyborowa Pernod Ricard, Accenture, JLL and HSBC. Among currently ongoing projects are the new office Stanley Black & Decker, prestigious areas of Złota 44 and the interior of the stylish Renaissance building by the Plac Trzech Krzyży in Warsaw.

The transition of Neo Świat under the wing of Tetris in 2015 resulted in combination of 15 years of experience the company in gained in Poland with the know-how of the global giant. - Thanks to modern standards of project management we can guarantee peace and security at every stage of the project, and for our customers that is one of the most cherished values - adds Paweł Brodzik, managing director of Tetris.

What makes Tétris special in the Polish fit-out market is undoubtedly Design & Build model of work. This method is based on creation of a common platform for all parties and stakeholders involved in the fit-out project, including architects, investors, contractors, building managers and providers of specialized services. The aim is a comprehensive understanding of the entire process instead of separating areas of responsibility. This approach reduces the risk of investment at every stage. It is also very beneficial in regard to cost and time.

Book of Lists "Guide to Polish business and economy" is a prestigious publication of  rankings, issued by the Warsaw Business Journal for more than 20 years. It is a guide to Polish business featuring a range of over 2,000 companies working in 75 areas.

<span class="field-content">MAPIC</span>



18 November 2015

MAPIC, the international retail property market fair, is the can’t miss event to discover projects, innovations and to meet the greatest actors of the market. For the second time, Tétris EMEA teams will enjoy to welcome you to present their recent achievements. Join us on the Accama Boat, Palais des Festivals of Cannes from 18th to 20th November 2015.

<span class="field-content">Tétris acquires Novo Interior in Portugal</span>


Tétris acquires Novo Interior in Portugal

9 February 2015

JLL has acquired Novo Interior, the specialist Lisbon-based retail property fit-out company, to further strengthen its Tétris business which continues to record strong growth and client demand across 14 countries in Europe, Africa and South America. Novo Interior has an international retailer clientele and a highly regarded 15-year track record which fits neatly with growth plans for Tétris in the retail property design and fit-out sector across Europe, as well as complementing JLL’s broader EMEA Retail real estate services offer.

Novo Interior’s strong reputation and extensive experience – the company is particularly known for luxury retail space fit-outs – provides an ideal match alongside the existing Tétris capabilities in Portugal which are primarily focused on the office sector, while also expanding into hotel, logistics and industrial projects.