Renting a large space, painting it, setting up Wi-Fi and arranging seating and tables is a relatively simple process. However, converting that space into a productive coworking space is no easy feat.
Identifying the target audience is the first step in planning a project. What types of professionals and entrepreneurs will be able to use the space? For those who will use the space, you must also consider their needs in terms of professional, creative and social environments.
As offices of all kinds adapt to changing times, so do the ways in which they operate. Especially in workplaces where people of different backgrounds, professions and ages share the same physical space.
A lot has happened in Luxembourg since the first coworking space was created. Today, coworking spaces are more than just a place to put computers and other equipment at the disposal of employees. For this reason, total square footage cannot be determined solely by the number of chairs and tables that can be set up. It is essential to think outside the box.
In addition to a dining area and a room where you can give a presentation or training, there are lounge areas where users can connect, hold informal meetings, have pleasant conversations over coffee where they can even stand, etc.
If you’re in a coworking space, you may also want a designated area to focus and have privacy at times.
There are a wide range of flexible seating options for informal times in the workplace, including ergonomic desk chairs, technologically enhanced desks and a wide range of flexible seating options. The success of a coworking space can be attributed to its unique and adaptable design.
When space allows, music rooms and even game rooms, which can feature pool tables or foosball tables, are ideal for escaping the monotony of the workday while providing a springboard for new creative projects. Foster a sense of camaraderie among co-workers so they can enjoy their time together.