In The Loop: WeLive, Workplace Density, And The Winner Of A Free Stay In Arctic Coworking

The winner of a two-week free stay in Arctic Coworking Lodge in Lofoten has been announced

WeWork’s WeLive Is Headed To Israel

Israel news media, Haaretz, reported this week that WeWork’s communal living solution, WeLive, “is headed to Israel and is slated to be up and running by 2020.” WeLive will be part of a bigger project, which is a joint venture between the Tel Aviv-Jaffa municipality, WeWork, and the Azrieli Group.

Read more about WeLive’s upcoming location in Azrieli Towers here.

Workplace Design: Density

In an in-depth article published by Work Design Magazine, Ellen Bruce Keable, Amy Manley, and Lisa McGregor explain and analyze the “tipping beyond beyond which increasing (workplace) density can threaten engagement with work, performance, and wellbeing.

How much is too much people in any given workplace? How do you measure this?

Read the full research and analysis here.

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Arctic Coworking To Announce Free Stay Winner

Mid-December last year, 2017, Allwork.Space reported that A Spectacular Coworking Retreat Is Opening In The Arctic Circle. At the time, the founders of the space were conducting a survey to gather ideas regarding workspace design, productivity, and costs. As an incentive to get people to participate, they were offering a prize draw for a two-week stay at Arctic Coworking Lodge.
To find out who the winner was, head over to Arctic Coworking’s Facebook Page.