Coworking spaces provide a refreshing update to traditional business offices, offering open-plan workspaces, beanbag lounge areas, games rooms, meeting pods and creative studios. They really aim to break the mould and give the employees and business people of the 21st Century an inspiring atmosphere to work from.
And whilst most coworking spaces ultimately still take the form of a bunch of tables and chairs arranged in a building, with a few private rooms on the side, there’s a few that are occupying really unique spaces, creating truly unique experiences. Here’s a few of the most unique
If you’ve ever wished navigate the seven seas whilst running your startup alongisde a small group of fellow pirate entrepreneurs, Coboat is for you. Coboat is a 50ft Catamaran complete with high-speed wi-fi, coliving and coworking spaces and an onboard community manager curating weekly programs of workshops and pitches, that sails from port to port in the Mediterranean region.
It’s the perfect balance of exploration, discovery, relaxation and focussed hustle.
After noticing the popularity of climbing amongst tech entrepreneurs, Brooklyn Boulders was founded to combine climbing walls with coworking. In between emails and phone calls you be in the gym or on the climbing wall - it’s the perfect balance of activity and productivity.
With locations in Spain and Portugal, The Surf Office lets you work right from the beach. You can spend the morning sending emails, go for a quick surf on your lunch break and then get straight back to work
Cocovivo is a coworking retreat in the Bocas del Toro archipelago in Panama. If you like the idea of working from a waterfront bungalow, and hiking, paddle boarding and horseback riding in the evening, you might want to think about booking a flight to Panama.