On the road again…
Digital nomadism and van life lie at the heart of today’s work aesthetics. These trends may create liminal experiences within job markets
Most coworking spaces target small-business workers who tend to be in professional services and technical or knowledge-based work.
Rather than just catering to one stereotype of worker, people who use coworking spaces actually come from different backgrounds, professions and ages.
Coworking space Make it Marseille.
What do these new places tell us about the transformations of our professional, social and political world? And how to turn them into springboards for territorial development?
City policymakers are realising creative workers don’t have to be permanently clustered together if they can collaborate as needed.
Cities seeking to attract creative industries have relied heavily on the cluster concept. New research suggests a technology-driven transformation of how the sector works calls for a new approach.
Today’s ‘office’ for many is anywhere with a reliable internet connection.
If you could work from anywhere, where and how might you live?
A coworking paradise.
Coworking is on the rise, but the jury's still out on whether or not it's a good thing.
From a single collaborative workspace in San Francisco in 2005, coworking has ballooned into a popular movement, with an estimated 3,000 spaces around the world. Tim Butcher and Julian Waters-Lynch explain…
More workers are ditching the cubicle for a collaborative coworking space.
From humble beginnings, the coworking movement has exploded to an estimated 3000 spaces around the world, with hundreds of thousands of people choosing to ditch the home or corporate office in favour of…