The world loves coworking and it isn't going anywhere soon. Just for starters, it allows you have a great space without the huge budget, gets you out of the house and allows you to network professionally.

We've discussed coworking many times here before, like how you should cowork for community and not for savings, what you can expect from coworking, 3 tips to stop being annoying in a coworking office, why you should get out of the house, and even a local Nashville guide to coworking.

For those that have missed out on this trend, a quick coworking synopsis:

"Coworking is a style of work that involves a shared working environment, often an office, and independent activity. Unlike in a typical office environment, those coworking are usually not employed by the same organization."

Well today I decided to bring to light some of my favorite coworking spaces based on the design and creativity of them. Are there any that I've missed?

Klique Desk

Klique Desk is a serviced office and coworking space in Singapore. 



Weld is a coworking space for creators that provides workstations as well as studio space to help get the creative juices flowing.

General Assembly

New York City-based General assembly offers a well-styled space for startups to to call home. The space acts as a university of sorts, featuring speakers and other opportunities for entrepreneurs to learn their craft.


Google Campus

Google Campus is a coworking space located in East London's Tech City. The goal is to give startups the tools they need to succeed and a great workplace to call home.

Buro Miami

Buro Miami has a number of coworking locations, but my favorite one is their South Beach location.


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