SimplyWork 3.0 Features Unique Designs from Raw Materials

By: Joey Haar - Dec 29, 2016
References: archdaily
SimplyWork 3.0 is a communal workspace in Shenzen, China, that reflects its philosophy in both its name and its design. The co-working space is committed to provide freelancers and startups with a no frills working environment (a space simply for work,) and it uses a creative design trait as a metaphor for this.

The various materials used in SimplyWork 3.0 are all pared down to their simplest forms. For example, one of the walls in the space is made entirely from bare cinder blocks without anything else to adorn them. Another railing is covered in bare netting, and still another hallway is made from bare fiberboard. The implication is that these bare design features allow people in the space to focus on work as much as possible.