Vertical Co-working Space

spatial audit w/ community engagement add- on | 1,000 sqft

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Existing programming zoning map

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Zoning plays a critical role when programming a singular space for multiple activities and creating quiet/loud areas helps with the flow and function of activities. This diagram illustrates how segmenting collaboration pockets to the ends of the space (Collab 1-3) still allows for focused work (Work 2) to happen in the center. Facilitating a “watercooler” atmosphere, the Connect area has coffee/tea/water stations and lunch prep area as well as a networking board with upcoming events, calls to action, and business profiles and is naturally situated at the main point of entry for the space. The Talk Privately section is tucked in a corner in order to capture private telephone conversations or one-on-one meetings, blocking out main workspace noise. Inspire is the action that links each function, allowing members to post wins and marketing to connect with other organizations and guests both within the space and the extended co-working community. There is opportunity for mixing functions such as the small Work 1 area nestled by the windows to accommodate varied working styles. Everyone in the community still has access to reserve and meet in the semi-enclosed conference room without preventing entry to and from the larger co-working space.

Future revenue zoning map

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This second diagram illustrates how the same general programming can shift slightly to allow for some flexibility with different revenue models. The Member Work Area here becomes tighter and acts as a fulcrum to the more transient programming such as the Incubator clusters (Incbtr 1-3). These allow for the resources and spirit of the co-working community to be accessed by non-members (or future members) for a structured period of time. The same Collaboration, Connection, and Inspiration zones tie everything together. Meeting room and Talk Privately areas remain as above.

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Event layout options

Monetizing space for public events is an important piece of the programming model and with this current design, you have options in layout to best serve clients and audiences without sacrificing workplace needs.

The configurations below allow for the following:

  • continued hot desk/member workspace during the event

  • room for chair configuration OR breakout tables, depending on need

  • entry through the main CSI workspace

  • access to the “cafe” for staging refreshments

  • simultaneous function of Meeting Room 5 by closing, but not locking the door to the larger co-working space

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