“The obtained certificate, together with the pre-certifications awarded to projects in Poznań and Wroclaw, undoubtedly confirms that the green business park concept we are developing under the name ‘Business Garden’ is based on environmentally-friendly building principles,” stated Roger Andersson, the managing director of SwedeCenter. The solutions applied in the building on ul. Żwirki i Wigury in Warsaw include energy saving lighting systems with motion sensors, an energy efficient ventilation and a cooling system based on a chilled beam system. In order to avoid the ‘heat island effect’, the roofs are covered with greenery and rainwater is used to water the green areas surrounding the buildings. The complex is owned and managed by SwedeCenter, part of the Inter IKEA Group.