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Co-Working

How the pandemic worked in favour of co-working spaces

How the pandemic worked in favour of co-working spaces

With organisations and professionals rethinking work and the workplace, co-working spaces may just be the most appealing solution to the hybrid working model in a post-pandemic world.

So That’s The End of the Co-Living Boom, Huh?

So That’s The End of the Co-Living Boom, Huh?

Shared living spaces looked like being the future of metropolitan living and working, and now they seem like human petri-dishes. So, what comes next?

When Co-Working Applies to a Hair Salon

When Co-Working Applies to a Hair Salon

Recently opened in Melbourne, Chiseled is a hair salon founded on more than design, it also brings in design thinking.

All together now: Barkly Street Collective by HIP V. HYPE

All together now: Barkly Street Collective by HIP V. HYPE

Co-working is well and truly part of the working vernacular. But this co-working space by HIP V. HYPE is founded on much more than just being a place for freelancers to come and work.

When Kennedy Nolan does a co-working space: 25 King Collective

When Kennedy Nolan does a co-working space: 25 King Collective

Could your office headquarters double as a collective workspace? When Excelon Group acquired an ageing office space they had big ideas, and a very loose brief. Kennedy Nolan overcame distinctive heritage features (that staircase!) to vividly imbue the historic 19th-century building with modern functionality.

Evolving workplaces: Hub Australia’s new Melbourne office by Bates Smart

Evolving workplaces: Hub Australia’s new Melbourne office by Bates Smart

Award-winning architecture studio Bates Smart has designed a new-generation co-working space in Melbourne for Hub Australia.

Winning at work with experience-rich environments: Space&Co. Sydney

Winning at work with experience-rich environments: Space&Co. Sydney

Sydney’s newest co-working hub, Space&Co. shows how agile work practices can drive design thinking.

Sevil Peach has changed our workplaces for the better

Sevil Peach has changed our workplaces for the better

London-based designer Sevil Peach brought the concept of the home office to the world when she started designing office and showroom spaces for Vitra. She believes that companies and spaces alike must be always pitched for change.

Learning to share: Introducing the new generation of co-working

Learning to share: Introducing the new generation of co-working

Co-working seems to be the golden arrow for enterprises looking to improve productivity and collaboration. What makes it an effective and successful working model?

Continuing the co-working design story of Space&Co

Continuing the co-working design story of Space&Co

From WMK, the fourth Space&Co office in the Melbourne CBD is another chapter in the ongoing design narrative of design of modern co-working spaces.

Putting innovation centre stage: IQX @ UWA

Putting innovation centre stage: IQX @ UWA

Taking the opportunity to create a space to foster innovation for recent graduates, while connecting the university and industry, IQX @UWA is a new kind of working co-share typology.

A specifier’s guide to the gig economy

A specifier’s guide to the gig economy

 With the age of the digital nomad and gig economy now in full swing, we explore how these cultural phenomena are driving specification.

Grown-up co-working by Universal Design Studio

Grown-up co-working by Universal Design Studio

Elegant and refined design, with pops of colour elevate this new co-working space in London’s former Met Police HQ. Designed by Universal Design Studio, Tingatel House shows that co-working is growing up.

Too many designers on the drawing table? Not for this shared office

Too many designers on the drawing table? Not for this shared office

Architect Dan Webster, landscape architect Nathan Burkett, together with interior stylist Simone Haag, have created a new shared office space that feels inviting and homely.

Next-gen co-working: HASSELL’s The Working Capitol

Next-gen co-working: HASSELL’s The Working Capitol

Has co-working been up-staged by the pervading popularity of an out-of-office culture? The answer is, not quite yet! In its latest design for The Working Capitol Robinson Road Singapore, HASSELL expertly subverts pop culture tropes to re-envisage co-working as a progressive yet playful model.

See the future of co-working at MPavilion!

See the future of co-working at MPavilion!

Melburnians! This February, grab your laptop and head down to MPavilion for a day of coworking in wide, open spaces – it’s a day for clashing typologies and questioning everyday office norms.

Unpacking WeWork’s Working Method

Unpacking WeWork’s Working Method

WeWork has become a massive commercial operation, tapping into the growing ‘freelancer’ workforce. As the company recently opens its latest offering in Bourke Street Melbourne (designed in-house), Alice Blackwood speaks to Balder Tol, the General Manager Australia, to hear what makes the start-up so successful.

How To Add To A Growing Workplace In An Existing Space

How To Add To A Growing Workplace In An Existing Space

…And for its next trick, WMK makes the impossible happen – creating space out of nowhere! Rapidly outgrowing an existing premises on Collins Street, co-working house Space&Co wanted to increase the size of its cool Melbourne space without having to relocate.

The WeWork ‘Money Box’ Branch In Sydney’s Martin Place By TomMarkHenry

The WeWork ‘Money Box’ Branch In Sydney’s Martin Place By TomMarkHenry

Designed by TomMarkHenry, NYC co-working phenomenon WeWork sprouts a new location in Martin Place’s former Commonwealth Bank building, fondly nicknamed the ‘Money Box’.

The ‘Most Beautiful Office in The World’ Now Offers Co-Working!

The ‘Most Beautiful Office in The World’ Now Offers Co-Working!

Designed by Woods Bagot and officially acknowledged as the world’s best-designed workplace at the prestigious 2016 World Architecture Festival (WAF) INSIDE Awards, Paramount by The Office Space is now offering co-working opportunities within its two stunning Surry Hills locations.

WeWork Hong Kong by NC Design & Architecture

WeWork Hong Kong by NC Design & Architecture

The 60,000-sq-m space unfolds over eight floors and aims to encourage social interaction rather than a place to simply come and work in isolation. But outside of the obvious “collaboration stations” how are we designing spaces that actually make us want to get together?

Is Hollywood Ready For Co-Working?

Is Hollywood Ready For Co-Working?

ACMI X, designed by Six Degrees, brings professionals in the moving image industry together in a co-working space that stimulates creativity and collaboration.

Of Paramount Importance

Of Paramount Importance

It’s official: the world’s best-designed workspace is tucked away in the quiet, historic back-alleys of Sydney’s Surry Hills.