22 Jan Inspiring Co-Working Spaces
As more and more Americans have started their own businesses or entered the “gig” economy as freelancers, co-working spaces have gained in popularity – especially those designed to serve women. Not only do these spaces provide a place outside of the house to work, they often offer additional benefits to help independent workers to network, stay productive, and get inspired. The design aesthetic can be a big part of what makes workers feel inspired and energized in a co-working space.
Check out some space inspiration from a few of our favorite co-working from around the country!
Mill Valley, CA
We love The Hivery for their brilliant use of natural light. Huge arched windows and skylights let sunlight pour into the space, where it plays off of the honey-bee palette of muted grays and sunny yellows.
New York, NY
The Wing clearly knows how to use color to get the creative juices flowing. From cases of books arranged by color, to the blush-pink and pale-blue furniture, to the warm, to the natural wood accents, they’ve create an inspiring space.
The Riveter epitomizes industrial chic. Located in an historic building, they’ve preserved original touches such as the wood floors and an antique car scale, and balanced them against clean white furnishings. The result is a space which feels both comfortably rooted in the past and brightly energetic at the same time.
Las Vegas, NV
Bloom knows how to create space for community. The main workroom is flooded with natural light, and attached desks encourage connection and collaboration. Each meeting room is a quiet place to co-create, and comes equipped with tech to bring together collaborators from anywhere. They’ve even set aside lounge spaces where community members can break from work and take leisure time together.
See our feature on local co-working wonder Bloom in the winter issue. Out now!