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Three Unique Coworking Spaces from Around the World

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If you’re part of the growing community of remote workers and solopreneurs, you’ve probably worked at a coworking space by now. These spaces offer a wide variety of benefits to remote workers without all the hassle of leasing your own office directly from a property manager. If you travel a lot, either for work or to live a nomadic lifestyle, you may have also used coworking spaces as a short term office while working on the road.

Most coworking spaces offer single-day passes or one-week passes for travelers who are only in town for a short period of time. This type of pass creates a unique opportunity for those of us on the road often, or traveling long term. Instead of establishing ongoing membership at one coworking space, we can hop around from state to state or country to country while enjoying short term coworking memberships wherever we go. This type of lifestyle allows us to visit some truly stunning, uniquely beautiful places while getting our work done.

Let’s take a look at three unique coworking spaces from around the world. If you’ve worked out of any of these spaces, we’d love to hear your experience on social media. Hop over to our Facebook page and let us know what your experience was like.

Duke Studios in Leeds, UK

The first impression you might have when walking up to the Duke Studios building is quaint and beautiful. Located in a truly beautiful and historically significant part of the United Kingdom, Duke Studios describes themselves “an open collaborative space in the City Centre of Leeds. With a company motto of people first, business second, Duke is not your usual work space provider. Based around a Coworking model, Duke Studios provides a range of workspaces, creative services and facilities.” [source]

They’re the home of many types of creatives, from developers to animators, online marketers to designers, architects to copywriters, and so much more. They’ve been around since 2011 and offer a wide variety of services, including coworking and meeting spaces. They also host some incredible events worth visiting if you live near there or happen to be in town.

WeWork in Shanghai, China

This coworking space has found an amazing home in a historical London style mansion that was once home to more than 40 artist studios and galleries. As coworking spaces go, it is truly massive and may be one of the largest coworking spaces in the world.

Today, the building serves as a modern workspace, providing room for entrepreneurs, artists, designers, developers, and growing businesses to work, connect, and thrive. They offer everything from private offices to flex-desks and provide plenty of amenities to their members, including conference rooms, coffee, events, showers, and more.

The Working Capitol in Singapore

One of the more breathtaking spaces we’re excited to tell you about is The Working Capitol in Singapore. They offer a variety of workspaces from offices to open-area desks, along with plenty of meeting space. The design of The Working Capitol provides a colorful, uniquely beautiful vibe that helps you feel inspired and ready to create.

They also host some incredible events for their members, and we couldn’t help but drool over some of the food from those events that they show on their social media. Another detail that sticks out from browsing their photos on Facebook is the culture that they’re nurturing at The Working Capitol. It’s clear that they care deeply about building a community among their members, which is by far one of the most important aspects of running a coworking space.

Whether you live in Singapore or are just stopping by, visit The Working Capitol to get a taste of one of Singapore’s best coworking spaces.

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