Location: Chicago, IL
Client: Onward Co-Working
Coworking spaces are increasing in popularity. Since starting as part of the Silicon Valley start-up culture, coworking spaces are now a preferred option for a wide range of small businesses. The temporary rental terms and lower rates of a shared spaces attract companies trying to keep financial expenses minimal. In addition, many coworking spaces promote potential networking opportunities by working in a diverse environment and through hosting entrepreneurial events. Interestingly, many of these new coworking spaces are new small business as well. In attempts to find a balance between keeping costs low and persons in seats high, the space itself suffers – inefficient planning, limited programming, dull appeal.
Co-Flex-Working offers flexibility, interest and interaction while also being mindful of cost limitations. Not only does Co-Flex-Working meet the needs of
various size programs, but provides fixtures applicable to the converted space bolstering the networking environments. The spaces promote interaction, spur new relationships, and enable connectivity.