- Feb 25, 2019
These creative co-working spaces range from modular office pavilions to co-working community shops. When examining the modern workplace, open concept floor plans, engaging interior design details and collaborative features are a necessity among Millennials who seek to make their office a comfortable and cozy second home.

These examples celebrate creativity and face-to-face collaboration without relying on technology. Notable co-working spaces include Marvin Windows and Doors' office interior which is designed to reflect the company's Nordic heritage. The office boasts house shaped pavilions that feature desks and seating for small groups looking to ideate. The seating spaces are perfect for lunch-time conversations, seating two and are semi-private without being closed off.

Creative co-working spaces accommodating larger groups include the We Company's workspace, retail shop and cafe hybrid which is located in New York's Flatiron District. The WeWork office space boasts 100 seats and six meeting rooms along with a curated store selection and vibrant, inspirational signage.

From Modular Office Pavilions to Coworking Community Shops: