Coworking is redefining the way we work. Around the world, people are collaborating to create a new kind of economy that supports community and innovation while preserving valuable resources. This illustrated survey of spaces dedicated to coworking features 30 of the most impressive office spaces around the world. The Google Campus in London, The HUB's global network of spaces and more off-the-radar examples such as Makeshift Society in San Francisco are just a few of the sites profiled. Each space is illustrated via a range of wide-angle and close-up shots, offering readers page after page of inspiring ideas - from a repurposed shipping container to a beautiful cushion made from a vintage silk scarf. Whether you're daydreaming from a fourteenth-floor cubicle or looking for ideas on how to launch your own start-up, this unique book will stir your imagination as it offers endless possibilities for coworking.
KATHRYN TOLLERVEY's expertise includes book production and fine art print production for leading photographers and artists, including Magnum Photos and Jeff Koons. At the architectural firm Foster+Partners she was previously picture researcher for numerous books, including the Norman Foster Works series. She also managed their extensive photographic archive. ALICE DAVIES is a consultant to creative business start-ups. She founded her blog, Alice's Studio, as a way to share her entrepreneurial knowledge and offers talks and workshops. She also has a background in media, arts education, art therapy, picture editing and photography.