In 2019, many leases are expected to expire and with Brexit uncertainty lingering in the air, flexible workspaces could have a great opportunity to flourish.
Zaro Architects put a trendy spin on small office design
Dubai-based architecture firm Zaro is taking the design of coworking spaces to a whole new level. The small office emphasizes collaboration, as well as leisure.
Hazem Al Zaro, principal at Zaro Architects, said that the design includes pasture-like greenery, leather furniture, hanging chairs, and exposed brick walls to create a semi-formal workspace. This, he says, is perfect for creating a community and hosting events within this trendy, funky office.
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