'Fosbury & Sons' is a communal workspace in Antwerp, Belgium, that has the goal of making it easier for freelancers and start-up businesses to remain focused and effective without having to acquire their own office spaces. Located in the WATT-tower (so named because it was the former building for an electricity company,) Fosbury & Sons is a great space for both intense work and networking opportunities.
The space is named after Dick Fosbury, the Olympic athlete who revolutionized the sport of high jump in 1968 by jumping with his back to the bar, thus increasing his ability to smoothly transfer body weight and dominating the event. The owners of Fosbury & Sons hope that their casual yet professional space will engender a similar revolution for the increasing numbers of people who work remotely today.
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