Deskbookers recently published what they consider to be the best 150 coworking spaces in the world.
All coworking spaces are created differently, so nailing down a list is no easy task, especially when the number of coworking spaces keeps growing significantly on a global scale. Here’s how Deskbookers went about the task:
“We at Deskbookers spoke to a lot of people, slipped in our personal experiences with coworking, and spared no effort to create a list with the most exceptional coworking spaces all over the world.”
Luckily, they understand that the main value proposition of coworking isn’t really the physical space. “Coworking is about a spirit that unites various components.”
So they devised a way to rank coworking spaces that would incorporate both the physical as well as the community component of workspaces. Deskbookers agreed on three factors that can be used to differentiate spaces that truly capture the essence of the coworking movement.
Location. Innovativeness. Community.
Deskbookers gave a maximum of 50 points per criterion, meaning that each space getting ranked could get a score of up to 150 points.
What we’re loving about this list (other than the workspaces themselves) is that this is truly a global compilation of the best spaces in the world. In the list, you’ll find spaces from Japan to Australia, Tunisia to Brazil, The United States to Mauritius, Canada to Colombia, Germany to Vietnam; basically every remote corner of the world was taken into consideration. And that is what the coworking community is all about: togetherness.
Top 10 In The World
We strongly encourage you to take a look at all 150 spaces. But if you have a curious soul that can’t wait until later when you can sit down, relax, and read, here are the top 10 best coworking spaces in the world (according to Deskbookers).
10. The Farm Soho — NYC, USA
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9. The Dock — London, UK
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8. Betahaus — Berlin, Germany
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