Design showcase: Top five coworking spaces

by | 02 Mar 2022 | Design

In our latest TOPHOTELDESIGN exclusive, we consider hotels from Berlin to New York that have successfully created inviting areas for guests to do business while on the move.

Working remotely used to be something limited to primarily freelancer nomads. After the pandemic, we had to adapt fast and rethink the typical white cube office.

Bringing remote workers together

Working from home has its benefits and its downsides, but we can all agree that some of us took advantage of this opportunity to reinvent working altogether, with or without a virus.

If you could do the work you’re doing right now anywhere else in the world, why not travel and explore new places?

This week, we’ve selected five ahead-of-their-time projects that provide guests with charming spaces to focus, work, study, read their favourite travel novel or simply check out the newspaper in a quiet space.

These range from lively biophilic spaces and rooftops with hanging plants to sleek modern interiors and cosy warm-lighted common areas. Unique environments for working travellers and adventurous students.

The Assemblage Nomad

New York
by Meyer Davis

Imagery: © Eric Laignel

Urban Loft Cologne

by Markus Hilzinger
Supplied by Hansgrohe


Zoku Vienna

by Concrete
Lighting design by TDE Lighttech

Imagery: © Ewout Huibers


The Alex

by 21 Spaces

Imagery: © Ruth Maria Murphy


Sir Savigny Hotel

by Baranowitz + Kronenberg

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