A new co-working space has been launched in Leeds following the growing demand for flexible post-coronavirus workspaces.
Spacemade, which is located in a former Pizza Express in the Park House building, opened on July 25 last week.
The building has Zoom rooms, contactless entry and exit points, disinfection stations and design-integrated workplace distancing.
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There are shared desks, fixed desks, and a centralized work area as well as seven breakout meeting rooms, an informal seating area, private work pods, and work booths.
Interiors are elegantly decorated, with stylish lighting and modern art.
Jonny Rosenblatt, Co-Founder of Spacemade, said: “Over the past year it has become very clear that the way people work has changed.
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Flexibility is essential and our spaces are designed to support companies and their employees in their new hybrid working hours. This collaborative and innovative space is designed for people who want to work flexibly in the heart of the city.
“We have combined modern technology and design with the elegant history of this place. In addition to providing both shared and fixed offices for individuals or small teams, there are also meeting rooms for large groups that want to collaborate.
This space offers private work pods as well as separate hero meeting rooms so members can choose the space that best suits them.
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