Today over 100,000 people are working in coworking spaces, that’s more than in the offices of Apple, Google or Facebook. Yet, coworking spaces work more decentralized and align their rooms to the wishes of their members – and not vice versa, since most users pay for their own place to work. Therefore coworking spaces are more subject to constant changes than offices found in most large companies. A steady increase in coworkers leads to the creation of more (and bigger) coworking spaces. But how do we see these work stations in the future? We spoke with architect Kim Wang, who focuses on coworking spaces that you should look out for.
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