Luxury business premises
MORAVÁK is a landmark at the northern end of Moravské Square, only a short walk from the centre of Brno. The unique historical building dates back to the first half of the 20th century. It was built in the functionalist style. Its history is very extensive. For example, it was once the headquarters of the Moravská Typografie and the First Republic daily Moravské Noviny.
Are you looking for a representative, fascinating place for your business located just a few steps from the centre of Brno with everything you need in reach? This is what MORAVÁK is all about – your new business space.
Do you have an important meeting with your business clients and are you looking for a suitable space? Use our shared conference room furnished with the latest iWall technology.
A restaurant in a distinctive style is located in a beautiful and atypical area of the MORAVÁK building. It includes a garden built in the spirit of an English courtyard, which makes the restaurant area even more attractive.
Would you like to avoid the morning rush hour, and do you enjoy cycling to work? The building provides support facilities for your comfort with a locker room and showers.
Would you like to have a coffee and relax during your lunch break? Or would you like to schedule a meeting in a pleasant environment? All of that is possible in the relaxation zone at the atrium, which is fully at your disposal.
View of the northern side of Moravské Square (named Lažanské at the time the picture was taken), which was once formed by small buildings.
View of Moravské Square (named Adolf-Hitler-Platz at the time the picture was taken) with the German House in the centre. The German House was the cultural and social centre of the German, particularly bourgeois, society in Brno.
The picture shows the southern part of Moravské Square (named Lažanské at the time the picture was taken). It was taken from a window of the German House. The German House was a bastion of the Wehrmacht during World War II. After the liberation of Brno, the building was torn down and the Brno Germans themselves had to clean the debris before leaving Brno.
View of the MORAVÁK building, which was at the time the headquarters of Rudé Právo, a propagandistic daily newspaper established in 1920. After 1946, Moravské Square was renamed Red Army Square.
After 1989, the editorial office and publishing house became the headquarters of Moravská Typografie, which had a printing shop, storage rooms and auxiliary industrial facilities.
The MORAVÁK building became a part of the portfolio of the CREAM Group.
A complete renovation of the MORAVÁK building was completed under the guidance of the CREAM Group. MORAVÁK today is a modern administrative building in the historical centre of Brno.