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The Most Beautiful Office in the World* now offers Co-working

September 6, 2017 Business News No Comments Email Email

The Office Space has had an exciting year since we won the global title of Best Office Design at the World Festival of Interiors (INSIDE) last November for Paramount by The Office Space.

Earlier this year we were awarded the highly prestigious Australian Interior Design Awards for Design Impact for “challenging workplace conventions, through design, thoughtful service, and our curated events program.”

We have also watching the global working phenomena of coworking explode on our shores, with the influx of international coworking companies and a profusion of local operators. What we have noticed, however, is that these companies are all fighting for the millennial demographic, and most are also assuming that all millennials want beanbags and funky open offices.

As a sophisticated option for a more established and discerning business collective, The Office Space is excited to announce the launch of Coworking by The Office Space.  This is not a ‘no-frills’ version of what we are know for, namely beautifully designed spaces and bespoke services, but an opening of our doors at Paramount and Reservoir offices for a more flexible working professional.  The gig economy is upon us, with 50% of workforce freelance by 2030, but this doesn’t mean everyone wants to work in a transient, noisy, or simply unimaginative shared space.

Please find our press release and imagery below.  I warmly invite you to come and experience our spaces in person, and I am available for further quotes or insights into this high-end niche of the coworking market.

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