The Age of Coworking: Collaborative Consumption for the Creative Community: Change Observer: Design Observer

January 24, 2011 § 1 Comment

A rapidly proliferating number of coworking spaces worldwide is attracting creative entrepreneurs and freelancers across the entire spectrum of vocations, from startup founders to professional proofreaders. Designers, developers, writers, photographers, lawyers, hackers and other independent doers are coming together in shared spaces that offer all of the practical benefits of a traditional office and none of its cubicle-clinging, 9-to-5-abiding confines. Far from the merely utilitarian consideration of lower costs — everything from rent to printing to coffee is cheaper when it’s shared — these hubs offer a unique environment for what I like to call “creative restlessness”: that distinct itch to contribute to the world typical of those who have chosen to make a living from their life’s calling

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Paradise.

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