Work.Life, a coworking company that builds modern workspaces for freelancers, creatives and entrepreneurs, recently opened a new location in London’s Hammersmith district, designed by workplace design firm Area.
“With each new building they undertake, their mission is the same: to create welcoming and inviting environments, where communities can thrive and everybody knows your name. Following continued success with five previous sites, Work.Life were looking to expand their co-working model when they selected 174 Hammersmith Road as its new site. Having demonstrated our ability to deliver an exciting design, which was in-keeping with both Work.Life’s brand guidelines and budget requirements, Area were appointed to deliver their latest workspace.
Work.Life’s latest co-working facility has a lovely, spacious feel with high ceilings and large showstopping windows, and has been designed to be in-keeping with their existing locations while also embracing the heritage of the local area.
This includes a series of meeting rooms designed round entertainment in the area including The Hammersmith Apollo, The Kings theatre that once stood on the current buildings location, and the Oxford and Cambridge boat race which runs through Hammersmith. Embracing Work.Life’s mission, the space provides a three-tiered membership system, and oﬀers a variety of facilities for their members including a series of private offices, meeting rooms, private phone booths, as well as hot desking and a large community and social space.
Furthermore, members also have access to free yoga sessions, weekly breakfasts and monthly massages”, says Area