Work happy at workhouse

The third (and last) day in Oslo was full of coworking exploration. We started early, with Workhouse. We met the (lovely) building owner, who, together with her dog and Nataly (who takes care of administration there) gave us a full tour of the space.

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At Workhouse we saw (they have 3 locations around the city), coworking is made differently. They provide different types of office spaces, where you and your team can grow. With their 4 floors of office spaces, Workhouse has any size you might look for. Each floor has its own kitchen, lounge area and meeting rooms where you can get to meet your fellow coworkers.

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Additionally, there is an outside big terrasse where you can relax and, during community events enjoy beers and barbecue. The community at Workhouse comes from very different industries: service providers, filmmakers, fashion brands, everyone there found his / her place to settle and grow. While touring around the space, we got the chance to speak with a team who was filming a movie.

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The claim “work happy” at workhouse clicked as I understood how the team put a lot of effort to cater the needs of people who don’t need open spaces but still are on the look for a well located and affordable place to work with a community.

We ended up taking a selfie with a dog (again, remember here :)) and the lovely Workhouse team!

Workhouse and Coworkies selfie


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Pauline Roussel

Co-Founder Coworkies. General Manager at Rainmaking Loft Berlin, a #coworking space dedicated to #startups, Ambassador of French Tech Berlin.

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