Epstein provided architectural and interior design, as well as MEP and structural engineering services, for this €90M ($116M), 48,000 square meter (516,667 square feet), seven-story office building.

Epstein’s staff also served as the design site supervisor during construction and provided a BREEAM (Europe’s version of LEED) assessment for the facility.

The Konstruktorska Business Center (KBC) features Class-A office space as well as high-end retail space along with an underground garage that provides over 1,000 parking spaces. KBC features a fully-glazed facade, which provides the maximum amount of daylight and increases the efficiency of buildings office space.

The building features operable windows in every room which help provide individual comfort for all KBC‘s tenants. The internal patios are full landscaped and the KBC also features a two-story reception lobby with skybridges. Thanks to the largest floorplate in Warsaw and its six internal cores the KBC also offers unique flexibility in the interior design of the offices.

The building was designed to receive BREEAM certification and therefore a strong emphasis was put on sustainability throughout the design phase. The KBC was designed to minimize the impact on the natural environment and reduce the energy consumption through the sourcing of green building materials as well as highly efficient building management systems. KBC also provides 33 electric car charging stations for its tenants and the building also is solely supplied energy from renewable sources (wind farm).