The Work Project Wants to Shake Up the Shared Office Landscape
Large corporations and MNCs are waking up to the many benefits of shared office space, yet corporate-sector needs are not being addressed by today’s co-working offers. To respond to this demand, The Work Project is driving corporate interest by evolving traditional co-working concepts. With the launch of MARK, its brand new members-only business club, and two new workspace locations at Capital Tower and Asia Square, The Work Project is on course to shake up the shared office landscape.
MARK offers business leaders exclusive access to sophisticated and luxurious environments that take executive gatherings to the next level. It offers members-only access to The Work Project and CapitaLand’s exclusive C-suite community. Created in collaboration with the award-winning design studio HASSELL, MARK has been strategically zoned to deliver members a variety of spaces that a corporate executive may need during, and after, their workday. After being warmly welcomed by a refined lounge area that is elegantly fitted with the finest range of designer furniture custom-made by Pierre Frey, members will have access to special amenities—from functional private rooms and dedicated boardrooms for business meetings, to more atmospheric spaces for hosting exclusive events and celebrations. The Work Project has also partnered with extraordinary bar advocates Proof & Co. to deliver a complementary food, beverage and cocktail programme to elevate the experience. The integrated offering has already proven to be attractive among top talents, with confirmed signups from some of Singapore’s most successful high-level executives and corporate leaders, as well as founders of high-growth startup companies.
Including MARK, The Work Project Capital Tower totals 50,000 square feet of sleek and polished spaces boasting panoramic 360-degree views of the city and island’s landscape. With Steelcase furniture and top-of-the-line technology infrastructure, its Innovation Hub supplies open and customisable venues for workshops, training and conferences of up to 120 people. The Work Project Asia Square spans over 41,000 square feet and will feature a first -of-its kind vertical garden landscape by renowned botanist, Patric Blanc, and rotating art installations by Gallery HUUE, which are conducive to inspiration and creativity, productivity and focus, as well as work-life harmony. The Asia Square location will provide over 500 desks in 80 offices as well as meeting rooms furnished with fittings from Herman Miller.
The two new locations at CapitaLand’s Grade A offices underscore The Work Project’s ambition to transform entire office buildings with the provision of fully amenitised spaces centred around work and social activities for tenants.
Currently, The Work Project operates award-winning workspaces at five locations in Singapore and Hong Kong, with a combined 180,000 square feet of work, meet and host offerings.