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The way to the specialized “Coworkings”.

The main property of the real estate market in the last years has been the reduction of the walls in many offices, the rise of the open and shared spaces and the large tables where entire departments have been placed. The coworkings and shared offices, which offered their services to third parties, have been erected as a solution. However, after the frist growing and now that they are already settled in the market, it is time to be specialized.

In this way, it is increasingly common to see how each shared work space adopts the DNA of the client or, at least, to focus on the type of sector to which it is directed. In any case, it is important to emphasize that if a coworking makes the mistake of focusing too much on a type of professional or sector, it will inevitably become an old-fashioned work space, losing the essence which it was born of shared work. The key will be to find the balance between both worlds, so not to lose the main benefit that these solutions bring, networks of contacts, intersectoral relations and the mixture of ideas.

“What we had before was not very good, with large divisions, small offices and no communication. But it is not healthy for all employees to be inside a large room” says Gerard Rosell, head of Hermarta’s technical office. “Maybe the companies wanted to encourage teamwork and put the end of ​​ranks and hierarchies. But whoever works in a large office knows that there are times when one needs to isolate himself. ” For that reason having some closed spaces it is important, in a cabin form and usually with glass walls, designed for meetings and presentations, such as QBOX by Nuklee.” There are even companies who demand a roof, to isolate the place much more and to have confidential meetings, possible wiht our QBOX option from Envatech. With QBOX it is possible to create small boxes (glass or with blind walls), totally adaptable to the desired use, totally compatible with large shared work spaces but with small independent spaces for meetings or presentations “concludes Gerard Rosell.