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New Co-Working Space Hit Hard By the 'Quirky Office' Trend

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Eat, Ride, and Break the Rules: these are the rules inscribed on the walls of COMUNAL, a co-working space in Lima, Peru, designed by local studio DA-LAB Arquitectos. The fast-growing company tapped DA-LAB, who has used their facility for two years, to transform a former two-story residential building into new offices. Emulating the work-and-play philosophy of Silicon Valley offices, the architects used everything from AstroTurf to bean bags to writable walls. Graphic design décor from Sed Estudio injects color—and a fox sporting a tie and sunglasses—into the workspace.

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