The Rise of Co-Working Spaces
by Chidsupang Chaiwiroj
Whether you’re travelling for work or play, co-working spaces have become a necessary additive to our modern lifestyle. In Bangkok, Thailand, the number of coworking spaces has quadrupled within 2018 alone. Catering to both foreigners and locals. we’ve gathered some prime co-working solutions for you.
Gaysorn Urban Resort
With a name like ‘resort’ it may hint at more play than work, but this 2,300 sq.m on the 19-20th floors of Gaysorn Tower is Thailand’s first ‘Co-Sharing’ space. Its concept is ‘Work – Live – Play – Grow’ and the decor combines nature with urban elements. Conference rooms, work zones, food & beverage zones, along with world class business facilities are all rolled into one place (gaysornurbanresort.com)
Hailing from Singapore, JustCo is a co-working space with the concept “Let’s Make Work Better.” It offers more than just a workspace, with opportunities to network with like-minded individuals. When it first opened, JustCo at AIA Sathorn Tower was the largest co-working space in Thailand. It features over 3,200 sq.m and whimsical decor by artist Pomme Chan (justcoglobal.com/th)
The Great Room
Also from Singapore (and also located at Gaysorn Tower), The Great Room is a luxury suite of spaces on the tower’s 25-26th floors. The modern, first-class style comes from world-class designers such as Michael Fiebrich. For those whose work outside the home or office require that extra mile, The Great Room is worth considering. (thegreatroomoffices.com)