Going to the office every single day can become a bit monotonous, especially if the space is beige and boring. Working from home can also lose its luster when you go day after day without seeing or talking to another human being. Coworking spaces aren’t a new concept but they’re a welcome offering after 2+ years of uncertain working conditions post-Covid. You can see people and feel somewhat normal but there’s also various places to sit down and work. In the case of this new coworking space in Wroclaw, Poland, CoWork Aleja Bielany is located in a shopping center as a “work near home” concept for people who live close by but don’t necessarily want to travel to the city to work. While the unusual location presented an interesting challenge for mode:lina, they made it happen.
The space combines modern with industrial, outfitting every square inch with black and white graphic details and pops of color that create a vibrant work atmosphere.
In lieu of the typical desk or kitchen table if you’re working from home, mode:lina incorporated comfortable and ergonomic setups for freelancers, startups, or anyone looking for an alternative to the office or home. Spanning just under 300m2, the CoWork Aleja Bielany space offers 16 individual desks, four conference rooms, spots to work in the common area, and a more relaxing zone near the kitchenette. For those looking for privacy, there are five air-conditioned and soundproofed telephone-style boxes.
Photos by Patryk Lewiński.