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6 Stunning new co-working spaces around the globe

Located in the Riverside neighbourhood, East Room was a one-time jam product factory, which now showcases a contemporary mix of vintage and industrial intricacies

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6 Stunning new co-working spaces around the globe
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Trust these cool, creative coworking spaces around the world to provide the inspiration required and the creativity desired.

Shared office spaces around the world have come a long way since their inception, as ‘Hackerspace’, by a group of computer engineers in Berlin, in 1995. You can now find shared creative coworking spaces in many cities that are redefining the office environment.

Most coworking spaces give digital nomads, small businesses, and even salaried employees, without having private offices, a cost-effective and collaborative space to work. Additionally, you get to meet like-minded individuals.

While amazing amenities including a productive atmosphere and high-speed internet are alluring, what really inspires is the sheer beauty of the particular coworking space. Whether it is a beautifully painted plastered ceiling, adorned with brass light fixtures that define opulence, a natural lit meeting room, or black metal casement glass partitions and walls that give an industrial vibe — shared office spaces are carefully designed to support the thriving community of remote professionals. Here, we have outlined some of the finest and most creative coworking spaces from all over the world.

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If you are looking for industrial yet vintage inspiration, then you should visit this amazing coworking space. It was founded in 2014 for people looking for culture, support and a strong community for their professional lives.

Located in the Riverside neighbourhood, East Room was a one-time jam product factory, which now showcases a contemporary mix of vintage and industrial intricacies. The 8,000-square-feet, third-floor space has black metal casement glass partitions and walls that are accentuated with leather chairs, couches and other antique furniture pieces.

Additionally, design enthusiasts are sure to be awestruck seeing the exposed brick walls, worn out wooden floors along with warehouse windows and timber beams.

More so, the kitchen and lounge areas are designed to evoke a coffee shop vibe.

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