Amsterdam-born creative workspace pioneer Spaces has opened a new 18,000 sq ft centre in Jubilee House on Marlow’s Globe Park . Spaces Marlow has been designed to provide local professionals with a hub built around the concept of community and shared ideas.
Spaces is a creative working environment with a unique entrepreneurial ethos. Its workspaces offer a design-led environment designed to integrate lifestyle into work, and members are encouraged to build their networks and connect.
Spaces Marlow offers a range of workspace on flexible terms including a business club with shared space and networking areas, meeting rooms and offices. A café, offering a range of healthy meals and snacks, is also available.
This opening is the latest step in Spaces’ UK expansion plans. The company, which was founded in 2006, already has hubs just off Oxford Street in London, as well as in Liverpool, Glasgow and Gerrards Cross. It is also due to open in several other locations across the UK, including Teddington, Newcastle and Brighton in the coming months.
Internationally, the company has a network spanning the Netherlands, USA, Australia, Japan, Singapore, Mexico, France, India and Israel. Further openings are planned this year for countries including Brazil, China, Canada, Italy, Finland, Norway, Switzerland and Spain.
Richard Morris, UK CEO, Spaces said: “We’re delighted to announce the opening of our latest Spaces centre. With its excellent links to the motorway network and already thriving business community, Globe Park is the perfect location for our workhub which has been carefully designed to foster an atmosphere of innovation, collaboration and productivity.
“We recognise that there is a growing demand for more diverse workspace– people want space that works for them in terms of style, size and layout instead of the more traditional “one size fits all” approach. This is what Spaces was created to provide.
“Based on the experience of our other Spaces locations, we expect to see interest from a range of different company sizes and sectors, including SMEs, start-ups, the self-employed- as well as larger companies looking to give their workforce some more flexibility.”