Simply can’t get work done at home? Get cracking at these co-working spaces which rival that of Google and Facebook offices.
This gets style credentials for being uber chic yet cosy, with an almost home-like interior. From meeting rooms to private offices, each room boasts an abundance of natural light, potted plants and chic furniture for a peaceful work environment.
75 High St, Singapore 179435
NEXT: The Work Project →
This co-working space focuses on design, quality and the overall experience to encourage a happier and healthier workplace. The folks behind this newly launched project even teamed up with The Providore and Omotesando Koffee to ensure wholesome meals throughout the day. Another highlight that gets our attention? The luxurious interior that’s equal parts sophisticated and modern.
#04-01 to 09, 6A Shenton Way, Singapore 068815
NEXT: The Working Capitol →
One of the first co-working spaces in Singapore, The Working Capitol made waves when it first opened. This 33,000 sq ft, 3-storey heritage building features a bright, airy and minimalist cool interior. Bonus points: the place comes furnished with personalised lockers, plus contemporary art and eclectic curios that invoke a welcoming vibe.
1 Keong Saik Rd, Singapore 089109
NEXT: The Refinery Workspace →
Here’s another workspace not catered to just white-collar professionals. The workshop space is dedicated to creative craftsmen involved in various types of craftwork which need larger drafting tables for planning and making. The industrial-chic interior gets our vote, too.
115 King George’s Ave, Singapore 208561
NEXT: Collision 8 →
Found 8 is all about creating a diverse community of innovators and entrepreneurs. This collaborative workspace, designed much like an elegant lounge, also hosts a slew of welcome sessions, talks on innovation-centric issues, workshops, networking events and more.
#08-08 High Street Centre, 1 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 179094
NEXT: Spacemob →
Innovation abounds when a space is structured to allow thinking, yet simultaneously unstructured to facilitate a free flow of ideas, and that’s exactly what Wework Spacemob Claymore is; with bold accents to complement and inspire your work, rather than distract you from it. Their promise? To put their users at the centre of what we do, and allow companies to build upon each other’s successes.
Stay tuned for Wework Spacemob Ascent, which will be at Science Park.
#03-01, 8 Claymore Hill, Singapore 229572
NEXT: Workhouse →
If space is what inspires you, you’ll love Workhouse. Located in a shophouse, this zen venue houses a placid courtyard, a breezy outdoor terrace and lounges for friendly conversation. Clothed by local design mavens FARM, beams framed like houses portray a cosy sense of rawness, and sleek wooden furniture paint a nature-inspired image for a comfortable working environment.
60 Upper Weld Rd, Singapore 207413
NEXT: The Great Room →
If you mistake this co-working space for a hotel lobby somewhere in NYC’s Upper East Side, you probably wouldn’t be the first. Plush leather couches and armchairs get you in the mindset of an up-and-coming big boss, but the welcome atmosphere ensures that as little of the stress comes with it as possible. Have we also mentioned Monday Breakfast Clubs? Oh, and shoulder massages?
#10-01 One George Street, 1 George St, 049145
NEXT: The Co →
If you have little ones and want to be close to them while you work, then check out Trehaus. This fantastic co-working space is perfect for parents as they offer childcare and learning facilities. Plus, starting in 2019, Trehaus will begin registration for its school at Funan mall, catering to kids aged 2 months to 6 years. With its Silicon Valley-inspired and researched curriculum, dedicated and well-educated teachers, you’ll definitely want to check this out.
Check out its two outlets: One in Orchard, and the other at the new Funan Mall.
442 Orchard Rd, #03-01, Singapore 238879, 109 North Bridge Rd #07-21 Funan Mall, 179097
NEXT: The Co →
By Sofia Kim, FEMALE, and additional reporting by Melodi Ghui, July 2019
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