A place suited to host cultural collisions that are critical to disruptive development

As the workplace becomes almost entirely mobile, employees become remote and even nomadic, the need for flexible work accommodations in order to suit dynamic business grows. In New York, these needs weren’t lost on the owners of COWORKRS, a new 47,000 square foot coworking space in Brooklyn.

Designed by Leeser Architecture, the spaces boasts a meeting of modern fixtures, vibrant colors and glass set together in a post-war industrial building. “The major challenge was to give their space a sense of community, even as every square inch was scrutinized,” said the firm’s founder Thomas Leeser. The architects wanted to unify the design while maximizing leasable work areas.

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