This space is designed to help tenants find a balance between working and socializing

Plenty of teams and creatives are trying to think beyond the cubicle, seeking spaces with open floor plans and high ceilings. Office spaces are starting to look more creative, with some spaces even including modern, high-end furniture like hanging chairs. The idea: break up the monotony of the office space to fuel more creativity during the work day.

Commonspace shakes up the traditional office space by embracing work and social interaction. On its website, the team describes its specially designed space as a ‘new way of living, working and making human connections.' The team takes inspiration from the idea that ‘the best versions of ourselves are expressed when we do so in a group.' The space is currently located in Syracuse, New York.

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