Even some small changes within an office can drastically change its atmosphere. Why not start with the one thing we all end up staring at (that is, when we’re not staring at a computer)? By Matt Lee.
Working abroad isn’t easy, but it’s incredibly rewarding. Here is how it worked out for me – and a bit of a cautionary tale if you are thinking of making the jump yourself. By Aude Konan.
The longhouse is a building type common to historic settlements across the world, and were often places of community gathering, civil government, and communal work. At MIT, an energy-intelligent take on the longhouse has been designed for shared communal purposes.
After relocating to Mexico for work, and now running a destination coworking space, my life reveals what a lot of digital nomads are missing. By Miguel Guerrero.
Managing your money while abroad can be tricky. In this infographic, Meredith Wood, editor in chief of Fundera, provides ten must-know tips to help minimize the stress of international business travel.
If you’re going to work from home, you better be sure you actually get the work done. Helen O’Keeffe from interiors company EZ Living shares some tips you might not have thought of, like lighting, scents and color that are geared for productivity.
You travel outside of the country for work, and bam! You can’t log on to your company’s network and you’re locked out of Netflix. Jordan Choo on some simple things you can do to get around geo-restrictions online.
Hotels are about short, transactional experiences. Coworking is about long term community. What happens when we put the two together? We chat with Rocky Mountain coworking leader Amy Kemp, co-founder of ELEVATE coSPACE, on what it might take to make this work.
Though San Francisco experienced a 13% increase in centers offering coworking, flexible and hybrid office space, the city remains one of the most expensive places in the world in which to rent a desk, with average monthly costs ranging between $950 to $1500.
Given WeWork’s global network of 150K+ members, WeWork’s Member Network app should be a powerful resource for connecting members. Benjamin Alderoty, a user experience designer, provides a critical analysis of how well the app serves users.
At best, the ‘Hustle or Die’ mentality is nothing short of unsustainable. The future of work depends on the dreamer to pave the path to a new way of doing things. By Destiny Hagest
A brief history of Chinese coworking giant Ucommune’s recent entry into the U.S. market vis-à-vis WeWork’s expansion in China.