Co-Working Facilities

Coworking is reshaping office design

Coworking is reshaping office design

The principles behind this complex situation have been known to us for a long time, at least since the 1970s when Frank Duffy first introduced the world to his ideas about the physical and temporal layers of the building – in his terminology the ‘shell, services, scenery and sets’ which anticipates Stewart Brand’s own take on the interplay of building layers.

The Wing is quietly building a design business

The Wing is quietly building a design business

Since the company was founded in 2016, its designers have worked with outside manufacturers to adjust seat heights and depths to fit the average woman rather than the average man. Now, the company is scaling up an internal design team that has outfitted 80% of The Wing’s two newest locations in Los Angeles and Chicago with custom furniture.

L.A. Co-Working Operators Sign Largest Office Leases in Q1

L.A. Co-Working Operators Sign Largest Office Leases in Q1

Co-working operators are driving absorption of large blocks of space in Los Angeles. In the first quarter, flexible space providers were responsible for the largest leases, with WeWork alone signed 319,000 square feet of space in new submarkets in Greater Los Angeles, according to research from JLL