In honor of International Coworking Day, we’ve decided to round up some of the most interesting coworking spaces around the world. While we think the members at 3411 Coworking make our space unique, we can’t quite compete with the quirkiness of these spaces:
BeachHub - Koh Phangan, Thailand
This coworking space offers oceanview offices and a beachfront lounge! There’s also a ‘Sunrise and Sunset Zone” for sleeping, an outdoor cinema and a gym that offers yoga classes. Members and guests can also enjoy hammocks, showers and world class dining at Karma Beach Kafe.
Dojo Bali Coworking - Bali, Indonesia
This post space features a pool surrounded by a tropical garden. If you don’t want to leave, no problem; at Dojo Bali you can sign up for a Coliving Plan which includes airport pickup, a sim card, private room, cleaning service, private surf lessons, a private work space and yoga lessons for as little as $878 a month.
Betahaus - Barcelona, Spain
This is a six floor coworking space with a cafe, patio and Skype room. There is also a terrace on the fifth floor and a rooftop offering a 360° view of the city. The collaborative atmosphere is home to more than 230 members from 45 different countries.
B. Amsterdam - Amsterdam, Netherlands
This space is extravagant with 16 event spaces, the largest holds up to 700 people, a gym, coffee shop, rooftop park and high-end restaurant all housed between 3 buildings. The vibe here is very welcoming with lots of exposed wood and industrial accents. There is plenty of room to spread out for the members of this coworking space.
The Wing - New York City, New York
This shared office space is focused on women and actually defines itself as a "Female Social Club". The decor is undeniably feminine and there are showers, lockers, nap rooms and a nursing station for new moms. Events such as The Global Footprint of Feminism and a Mother’s Support Circle only prove that Girl Power is in full swing.
SimplyWorks 5.0 - Shenzhen, China
SimplyWorks opened their doors in 2015 and have been growing ever since. With rooftop events and sleeping nooks, this coworking space offers a community feel to its members. Perhaps the most interesting thing about the space is it’s living walls of plants that reach from floor to ceiling.
CocoVivo, Bocas del Toro, Panama
Cocovino is more of a coworking retreat. It’s as close to being in the middle of nowhere as you can get while still having access to internet. To get here, one must take a one-hour flight from Panama City followed by a 12-hour bus ride. Once you arrive, there is snorkeling, paddle boarding and hiking in 145 acres of jungle. You may be inspired to work but we don’t know when you’ll have time.
While we may not have private beach access or a rooftop bar, at 3411 Coworking we pride ourselves on fostering a collaborative atmosphere with weekly group lunches,