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The Millennial Desire for Community

London has seen a rise in communal co-working spaces. remaining the global capital for co-working, ahead of New York. So we thought it would be apt to look into the importance of communal hubs and how the future of working is changing. Co-working space allows for shared ideas and the ability for different fields and types of businesses to intermix. From an individual freelancer, small tech start-up or established company looking for a cutting edge space. What’s caused this sudden surge in co-working environment’s and more importantly is it here to stay? As quoted on Hubble “The Office Group’s revenues soared 62% last year as entrepreneurs and tech giants drove growth. It’s now London’s largest privately-owned occupier of office space with a community of well...

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Re-Adapting the Traditional Artist Studio Model

  Can we apply space rationalisation to an artist studio model? To create a future space? “Space rationalisation has given rise to a shift towards open plan offices, while concepts of agile and flexible working mean that modern environments are increasingly divided around different tasks rather than allocated to individuals and teams. Longer working hours and the rise of mobile, flexible and always-connected communications and collaboration tools and devices have led to a blurring of the boundaries of offices, homes, and ‘third’ space environments including cafes, libraries and other environments that are neither office or home.” – Claremont (www.claremontgi.com) What would a future artist space look like? At Artist Hive Studios we aim to apply the same principles when approaching the idea...

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