Friday 25 October 2019
Get down to business at Spaces. Photo: UNRESERVED

Born in 2006, Spaces was founded by Martijn Roordnik, together with Rattan Chadha and Frederique Keuning. It stems from the idea that the work environment could be a lot more fun, inspiring, and creative. In 2008, the first Spaces opened in Amsterdam and since then, they continued to spread new ways of inspired working all over the globe. Today, Spaces has more than 200 centres worldwide, including Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Spaces provides creative working environments with a unique entrepreneurial spirit in hundreds of locations worldwide. Its workspaces are created to inspire the forward thinkers, innovators, and game-changers to go above and beyond their goals.

Specially designed with creativity in mind, Spaces cultivates ideas by bringing a dynamic community of small businesses, entrepreneurs, and corporate intrapreneurs together under one roof. The establishments champion and embody creative workspaces with a unique entrepreneurial spirit.

Here is what you can expect when you plug into a Spaces workspace:

A community of like-minded people: Become part of a global entrepreneurial community, from freelancers and small businesses to larger corporations and SMEs. A place for forward thinkers, innovators, and game-changers to work differently and develop new ideas.

Designed work environment: A work environment with inspiring workspaces tailored to your business needs created with great attention to detail and a true love for design.

Spaces Singapore (5)_1200 - spaces

Warm and genuine hospitality: A warm, energetic atmosphere with reception staff and community managers who have a genuine interest in the community and dedicated to stimulating new connections.

Great services that add value: Friendly and energetic team that ensure businesses can work hassle-free. Carefully curated services to ensure business can focus on moving forward.

In conjunction with the launch of the first Spaces in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, take a look at a handful of inspiring Spaces in Singapore:

Spaces City Hall.

The first Spaces in Singapore and in Southeast Asia, Spaces City Hall is located at North Bridge Road, just a stone’s throw away from Singapore’s CBD in the popular City Hall area.

Since 2016, it has been offering an inspiring workspace and a unique working environment with a wide variety of coworking spaces, meeting rooms, private offices, and event spaces. At Spaces City Hall, there is never a dull moment as they regularly hold community events such as coffee roulettes and yoga sessions for its members.

Spaces Singapore (6)_1200 - spaces

Address: 410, North Bridge Road Singapore.

Spaces Triple One Somerset.

Fast becoming one of Asia’s most popular business hubs, Singapore’s sparkling skyscrapers are home to a buzzing professional community – and the flexible workspace at Spaces Triple One Somerset is the perfect place to get involved. Whether you are plugging in at a private desk or mingling with like-minded entrepreneurs in communal spaces with views across the city, your productivity is guaranteed thanks to uber-speedy Wi-Fi on tap and helpful staff.

Spaces Triple One Somerset is part high-end shopping mall, part designer offices, with a blue-chip tenant list that includes Gucci, Casio, and Samsonite. Located on the country’s main shopping and entertainment belt, with bar and dining street Emerald Hill nearby, there is no shortage of opportunity to discover the country’s famous good scene and culture.

Spaces Singapore (17)_1200 - spaces

Address: Level 3 and 13, 111 Somerset Road Singapore.

Spaces Clarke Quay.

Located in desirable downtown Singapore, Spaces Clarke Quay is a unique co-working hub which attracts a wonderful mix of people and companies, as well as friendly and accommodating staff ready to assist with any queries.

Here, you will enjoy monthly networking events to connect with other members as well as delicious, affordable coffee and healthy meals from the communal kitchen. And once you have accomplished the day’s goals, you can top up your creative tank at cultural gems such as the nearby Asian Civilisations Museum and Chinatown Heritage Centre.

Spaces Singapore (19)_1200 - spaces

Address: 4th to 5th Floor, 21 Merchant Road Singapore.,

Spaces Robinson.

A warm and welcoming designer workspace located conveniently within Singapore, Spaces Robinson is right in the heart of the main commercial district. Find yourself in an ideal place for travel, shopping, and exploring the multitude of local shops and restaurants right around the corner.

With its stunning glass facade and the interior filled with long, bar-like tables and desks, featuring two adorable cafes, Spaces Robinson is sure to make you feel right at home. Needless to say, it is perfect for creative professionals who need a place that is genuinely inspiring.

Spaces Singapore (1)_1200 - spaces

Address: 4th Floor, 140 Robinson Road Singapore.

Last but certainly not least, officially opening its doors this month is Spaces Platinum Sentral in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Spaces Platinum Sentral.

Located within the largest transit hub in Malaysia, Spaces Platinum Sentral pulsates to the beat of the city. The flexible office spaces and housed within a commercial development which consists of five blocks of office-cum-retail space, a two-level car park, and a multi-purpose events hall, offering fantastic accessibility and on-site facilities.

Spaces Platinum Sentral is set over five floors of bright, vibrant office space with 24-hour access, super-fast unlimited WiFi, an on-site cafe deli and cool climate-controls. Its proximity to the Perdana Botanical Gardens and KL Butterfly Park offers a slice of tranquillity away from the working day.

Spaces Singapore (16)_1200 - spaces

Address: Level 3, 4, and 5, Block D Platinum Sentral, Jalan Stesen Sentral 2, Kuala Lumpur.

Related: What You Need to Know About Working Around the World