Alice Davies and Kathryn Tollervey
The Style of Coworking showcases a staggering array of working spaces, including places long-abandoned and reclaimed by enterprising visionaries who infused them with personality and style. These transformed environments are now the ideal offices for nomads, people with no designated workplace, who nonetheless believe in the beneficial influence of spending time alongside others in an inspiring atmosphere.
The spaces range from listed buildings to ex-industrial sites to the slick Google Campus and Hub Westminster. The variety of owners and occupants are diverse too. Though short, thoroughly absorbing accounts of each location’s journey are complemented by glossy photography that beautifully communicates the vibe of each place and the community within it.
This book is genuinely inspiring and brings to the fore the explosive power inherent in preserving built heritage by reclaiming abandoned structures and turning them into focal points of creativity where individuals can dwell, work, and play.