Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Design Inspirations from startup space and co-working space
In this downtown startup work space design the designers used fat boy bean bags and an extra wide step tiered staircase to create work spaces where the employees can sit comfortably or even lie down for a nap. This design conserves a lot of space and is a great open space that's not too isolated. It can even be used for standup meetings.
Some cities are experimenting with turning unused, off peak hour museum space into co-working and meeting spaces. May amazing arts inspire creativity for teams.
This blog post talks about amazing inspirations from co-working places in the San Francisco Bay Area - heart of Silicon Valley tech scene: BESPOKE, HANAHAUS (Modern Coworking Co-living for Young Tech Professionals in San Francisco Bay Area)
Perhaps the best in the class is Shopify converting valuable downtown office space in San Francisco and Los Angeles to offer a co-working place for merchants. You can mingle and view and purchase products from featured Shopify sellers. Free coffee. Amazing. And the space is beautiful.
Kit Tea cat cafe in SF allows you to bring laptops and smart phones for your hour long paid interaction with their gorgeous and super friendly resident cats. Though they did warn that your productivity may suffer - the cats will be so friendly that they will step on your laptops to grab your attention. That's super cute though.
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