Have we reached peak coworking space? Not yet, says yet another such open office for itinerant creatives. This rather nice one, carved by British firm MoreySmith from a former industrial building in Paris’s 10th arrondissement, makes the case for their enduring appeal.
Dubbed Deskopolitan, the space clocks in at 4,430 square feet, and includes a series of open work desks, meeting rooms, telephone booths, and a café. (There’s also a barber shop, because 2017.) The Spaces, where we spotted this, reports that French presidential candidate Benoît Hamon has rented the entire space and is operating his campaign from it.
That’s a rather big endorsement for its usefulness and location, but we’re in it for the design. Inside, a mix of exposed ducts and polished concrete floors de rigueur in former industrial spaces and pastel-hued chairs, ceiling lights, and other accents. Take a look around.
Via: The Spaces