Top-floor, tons of natural light, wrap-around terrace and ample open-plan office space – a few of the appealing characteristics of our brand new coworking space in Fitzrovia, Central London. Launched last week, Fitzrovia II is already hosting a prominent technology startup company who benefits from the fully-serviced office space, high-tech meeting rooms, and our signature eOffice design topped with quality functional furniture.
The impressive feature that wows everyone entering this shared office, is the large wrap-around terrace with remarkable views over this charming area of Central London. At one corner you can find a foosball table for that occasional break to recharge your mind and have your well-deserved fun moment at work.
The aroma of a good Italian coffee leads you to the modern kitchen area with high-end amenities. Grab a cup and relax in the comfortable and joyously colourful lounge space, which is ideal for a quick catch up with a colleague or for that random chat that springs new ideas. If you are looking for a quieter spot to read or have an impromptu meeting with a co-worker, you can seclude yourself in the high-backrest sofas, which upholstered surface assists in isolating sound.
This open-plan office space is an ideal venue for entrepreneurs, startups and SMEs who require flexible office solutions to comply with the dynamic nature of every growing company. The design and philosophy of the coworking concept is to create a workplace environment that facilitates collaboration and effectiveness. It also encourages spontaneous, random encounters between members, which is considered a significant advantage in terms of productivity and building valuable contacts within the industry.
Pop in for a coffee and we would be glad to show you around.
Tap into the future of the work desk with the innovative prototype called BendDesk. Conceptualised by the media-computing group at RWTH Aachen University the BendDesk integrates a screen and multi-touch surface into a single unit interactive display with a curved vertical and a horizontal plane. This innovative workstation is in direct response with the growing digital demand of our jobs and is taking the desk, as we know it, to a different level. The multi-touch technology allows for many users to type and work simultaneously making the BendDesk ideal for productive coworking. You can navigate, sort your documents and organize your work just by multi-touch gestures, which nowadays is slowly becoming the norm with all digital devices.
Who said the work place is going mobile. We believe the desk is here to stay and will be going through an upgrade.
We are please to have VOffice as part of the eNetwork having access to their high quality centres in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Manila, Philippines. As an established serviced office provider in Asia, VOffice provides a wide variety of supporting services and facilities for companies and individuals looking for a flexible office solution. Set in prestigious addresses in the major business cities of Asia, VOffice is open to clients six days a week. Their high-end facilities and modern interior are the perfect setting for a business office or work meetings. Fully-fitted office space, functional meeting rooms, comfortable lounge areas – just a few of the great assets of the VOffice centres, which welcome a large community of local and international entrepreneurs, startups and growing companies.
Their advanced list of services also includes Business Concierge Services providing a comprehensive one-stop solution for clients all over the world. This includes company formation, HR solutions, taxation advisory, accounting and web hosting so professionals can primarily focus on their growth and international expansion. Whether your company is upsizing or downsizing VOffice offers flexible terms for office space, meeting rooms and virtual office, to fully comply with the current needs of your business.
With stylish office space and high-tech infrastructure, we are pleased our eNetwork has a presence in Kampala, Uganda represented by ESBC Rwenzori Towers Centre.
Anyone heading to the buzzing city of Kampala for a business or just a brief meeting will be impressed by the modern facilities offered by our partner ESBC. Situated in the newest iconic building Rwenzori Towers, the office venue is perfectly positioned on the outskirts of the capital’s central business district with easy access to private and public transport, as well as Kampala’s best hotels, restaurants and shopping malls. Located on the 5th floor of the towers the space benefits from tons of natural light, not to mention the breath-taking vistas of Uganda’s green and beautiful landscape.
ESBC Rwenzori Towers is equipped with spacious, fully fitted meeting and boardroom facilities, luxurious lounge and break out area and 20 serviced offices to meet the needs of the most demanding taste.
Have a look at their high-end interior:
Counting on the popularity of the LivingColors lamp, Philips has announced the second generation of the trendy lamp to set the mood in contemporary spaces. Capable of producing 16 million colors through a combination of seven LEDs, the latest version of the LivingColors lamp will illuminate with 50 percent more intensity. Controlled by a touch-sensitive remote, the new LivingColors lamp comes in an opaque version with a metal stand, allowing a more concentrated light beam in comparison to its predecessor. Priced between £100 and £180, the lamp’s options include a choice between a standing lamp, a wall lamp and two ceiling lamps according to the needs and likings of the user.
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A fantastic documentary on the application of Smart or Advanced Working at two leading UK companies, Nationwide Building Society and Ernst & Young. Featuring Simon Palmer, Tax Partner at Ernst & Young – and Tim Plummer, Head of Business services at Nationwide Building Society.
Second runner-up in the competition to design the new Ljubljana Administration Center, the city municipality design by Slovenian architecture firm OFIS brings several departments, though occupying different buildings, closer to each other. Comprising three new buildings, connected with loops of space in different heights like the cylinders, the new administration center following the mathematical models of intersections and unions presents a public entrance area in the middle of each cylinder, while the offices are positioned around the center. The structure is enclosed with a high performance glazing, with an adaptable external shading device to reduce direct contact with sun. On the other hand, the concrete slab with integrated pipe system not only provides cooling in summers but also allows comfortable radiant heating during winters.
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Toby Howes‘ Escher Coffee Table, inspired by one of Escher’s bird & fish tessellation sketches. “Each of the three walnut inlaid arcs slide out to become side tables in their own right, leaving the central zebrano piece to become more & more sculptural as each arc is removed.”
[ Article Source: Contemporist ]