Like many freelancers, I learned early on that while I loved working for myself, I didn’t really like working by myself, so prior to lockdown I spent a day each week at a local coworking space.
But finding one that is inspiring and comfortable can be tricky. Thankfully for businesses and entrepreneurs based in Copenhagen, Nomad Workspace is both welcoming and beautiful too.
Located in the heart of Nørrebro, Nomad Workspace opened its doors in 2016, after architect Natalia Sanchez respectfully redesigned the former courthouse building, which was constructed by Bindebøll’s design studio in 1848.
Offering open and private workspaces, meeting rooms, community rooms and an event space, it was at the end of last year, further updates began on the common areas. As part of the project, Danish design brand Nuura was asked to come up with modern lighting ideas and concepts for several spaces, these included a new café and a gorgeous outdoor terrace.
Now visitors, both members and non-members, are greeted by some of Nuura’s most sensuous designs, Blossi chandeliers in the lobby, Mira pendants in the lunch area and Liila wall lamps throughout the seating areas, to name just a few.
“The idea is for anyone to be able to come in and enjoy everything from a morning coffee to lunch or dinner alongside those who use the building daily.”
Hans Peter Hertz, owner of Nomad Workspace.
With such an incredible sense of community, as well as creative sense of style, I will certainly be visiting Nomad Workspace for myself as soon as I head back to my favourite city whether for work or otherwise.
To find out more about the project, and for full product details, visit the Nuura website.
All images courtesy of Nuura.
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