Nowadays you can see companies were the open office and worked spaces are modern. A workspace must be adaptable and ergonomically sound. Cast iron, plywood, and hanging plants are also…

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Co-working spaces around the world

Nowadays you can see companies were the open office and worked spaces are modern. A workspace must be adaptable and ergonomically sound. Cast iron, plywood, and hanging plants are also requisite. Dispatching from creative companies and desirable desk spaces, we track down the designers responding to our evolving working behaviors. So today we bring the most practical and beautiful Co-working spaces around the world.

Second Home, Holland Park, London

This co-worker space can offer a more intimate environment for co-workers, featuring meeting rooms aimed at smaller teams of up to eight people, as well as a restored art photography studio on the top floor of the building.

Fora, Reading, UK

The material palette includes Crittall style glazed partitions, bespoke fabric curtains, and solid timber flooring. ’We think about offices like internal landscapes, says Stuart Piercy, explaining the architects’ aim to create bespoke areas for distinct tasks within a coherent whole.

Fora, Reading, UK

This is Fora’s fourth co-working space, located within Thames Tower in Reading. The modern interior spans three levels. The concept is more akin to a hotel than a workspace, offering club style facilities for its users, wrapped in a calming, contemporary design in the architecture studio’s signature style.

City Pavilion, London, UK

The scheme comprises five floors of serviced office space, including hot-desking areas, private offices, and penthouse suites. The members will have access to a dedicated lounge, as well as 3,000 sq ft of the private rooftop garden.

Ministry of Sound, London, UK

Ministry of Sound has grown up as London has grown up. The stalwart of the city’s nightlife scene is opening a new club this July – but it’s not what you might expect.

The Wing, San Francisco, US

Architect Alda Ly and interior designer Chiara de Rege have created an upbeat and beautifully detailed space for The Wing’s first West Coast space in San Francisco. Women-focused and community-orientated.

The Wing has decorative interiors that complement the historic detailing of the original architecture, including a marble-topped pale oak reception desk and Sabine Marcelis’ resin Candy Cube coffee tables.

The Frames, London, UK

Adding highly crafted details was key to the overall design quality, so, for example, there are bespoke twisted dark grey perforated aluminum fins at the top two floors of the building, polished concrete floors inside, as well as exposed soffits, corten-clad lift cores, and a striking folded steel staircase.

Hermann’s, Mitte, Berlin, Germany

Initially intended as space for Bahlsen to test products, the concept for Hermann’s grew into a broader purpose to serve the public, the local food production community and to provide a place to discuss contemporary food issues.

Palm space, Hackney Downs Studios, London, UK

Palm space is pioneering the concept of ‘co-making’, which encourages makers to collaborate and share ideas. Spaces are therefore versatile, hard-wearing and adaptable – work surfaces are made of parquet flooring reclaimed from schools across London.

Meet in Place, New York City, US

Entrepreneur Yaron Kopel, and his business partner Michael Dorsman saw a gap in the market for affordable, flexible and low commitment meeting rooms and set up Meet in Place in 2016, launching a successful Tel Aviv space.

The Nest, Warsaw, Poland

Blurring the line between work and play was the aim of the game for Warsaw-based studio Beza Projekt when they designed the interiors for The Nest. Through color, materials, and texture, the design embraces the flexibility of working in the creative industries, where a latte can turn into a business idea, or a cocktail into a pitch.

Fosbury & Sons, WATT-tower, Antwerp, Belgium

Fosbury & Sons have taken up residence on the first floor of the WATT-tower in Antwerp, a building by modernist architect Léon Stynen. Space is supported by concrete columns and provides a means for a great variety of professionals to come together.

The Wing, San Francisco, US

Making working life run all the more efficiently, there’s a mothers’ room wrapped with wallpaper from Maison C – owned by de Rege and partner Costanza Theodoli-Braschi – for ‘pumping in peace’, and a beauty room fully stocked with CHANEL products.

Meet in Place, New York City, US

Kopel and Dorsman wanted a design that would empower the professional: ‘Bright’,comfortable’and ‘functional’ were the design brief buzzwords.  Float responded with a clean, minimal, yet friendly design with both a global mindset and a local touch; inspired by the clean lines of Bauhaus buildings. Light wood flooring and Scandinavian-inspired interior pieces.

Uncommon Fulham, London

The boutique co-working space Uncommon has opened a third space in Fulham. Each space has a focus on bringing plants, outdoor spaces, soft lighting and scents to the workplace. Covering over  the Fulham edition can be found a short walk from Parsons Green station. The next Uncommon space to open will be in the City of London.

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