Co-working spaces are fast gaining popularity. They are more affordable and offer cooler work zones than most new startups could design.
De Burgemeester’s – Hoofddorp, Neatherlands
Designed by Studioninedots, De Burgemeester’s Cool Co-working office is right for creative people. The interior is bright, spacious and allows individual as well as collaborative working under the same roof. The co-working space located in Hoofddorp, Netherlands, is housed in a hall with 14 meter tall ceiling. The timber steps lead the way to different work zones and the café below provides a breather for everyone working under the roof.
Heavybit Industries – California, USA
IwamotoScott designed Heavybit, a co-working space in the SoMa neighborhood of San Francisco. The space which was earlier a warehouse has been converted to a collaborative workspace with an array of open desks, comfortable meeting areas, conference rooms, bar height workspace.
Paper Hub – Prague, Czech Republic
Based in Prague, Paper Hub is co-working space meant for startups, creative people, students and digital nerds. They could all work to suit their preferences and utilize the available workplace to experiment and polish their projects. The outside view is simply fantastic with a living wall and the open sky.
Cowork|rs – New York, USA
Operating in Manhattan, New York City’s Flatiron neighborhood Cowork|rs is a co-working space which offers startups and entrepreneurs a modern workspace with all the amenities. Each of the three floors is designed by Jalbret includes sitting areas, phone booths, meeting rooms and a kitchen.
Grind – Chicago, USA
Unispace designed Grind’s 11,000 square feet Chicago office, which is a member-only co-working space. Mainly designed with white walls, the grey furniture, loose rugs and exposed ducts and a hint of orange, the interiors were kept simple yet comfortable.
Surf Office – Gran Canaria, Canary Islands
Working and keeping the adventure activities on, is a possibility in the co-working space in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands. Surf Office is a trendy co-working space located on an urban beach. It’s a workplace with a view! Wooden furniture and cozy sofa’s offer a pleasurable working environment for freelancers as well as entrepreneurs.
Boxaplex – Los Angels, USA
Boxaplex is one of those cool and innovative co-working spaces that is just right for the tech community and innovative startups. Located in West Hollywood – Los Angeles, California the space also offers desks on rent to likeminded individuals. The simple in-house design offers comfortable seating, individual work desks and meeting room.
Canvas Co/work – Washington D.C., USA
Located in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington D.C, Canvas Co/work is a co-working space for a wide variety of people starting from freelancers, creative entrepreneurs to startups. The space has been designed by Wingate Hughes Architects for maximizing collaboration and is spread over 6,000 square-feet. Wooden tables, bar height counters, cozy sofas and individual work desks all allow collaborative as well as individual quite corners.
Gravity Co-working – Sydney, Australia
Valmont designed the interiors of Gravity Co-working space in Sydney, which offers an office space for startups, internet entrepreneurs and other expanding businesses. The completed project offers a dynamic work space that allows innovative teams to work together and individually to achieve their goals. The design is open with a fluid feeling. The space offers cozy individual work station and meeting rooms for the entire team.
WeWork – New York, USA
WeWork’s, New York co-working space downtown offers a contemporary working area for startups, creative entrepreneurs where the teams can work, hold meetings and work on projects. Private offices, phone booths, meeting rooms and a kitchen all can be used by the teams using the space.