As many of you know, I’ve been very interested in coworking lately, a way of working much for fit for the freelancer & web crowd than 9-to-5 offices or a permanent desk at the local coffee shop. (See my interviews with founders of coworking spaces, some thoughts on coworking, or this Barcamp session.)
I had been thinking about opening a space, but was at a very, very early stage and never expected to start anything soon. Enter Philip and Sebastian – Philip found a great space, Sebastian brought a bunch of us to a round table: Welcome Studio70 to the coworking world!
We’re not officially open yet, and there’s quite a few things to figure out before we really open our doors to the web-working public. There’s a few things I can say pretty definitively already, though: It’s a great bunch of fun & smart folks, we’ll be running Studio70 on a non-profit basis and we’ll encourage our coworking friends from abroad to drop by and spend their Berlin time here (be it via coworking visa, Hallenprojekt or some different system).
Easiest way to get in touch right now is via: Studio70 on Twitter. Studio70 is located just off Kottbusser Damm, U Hermannplatz, Berlin Neukölln.
Looking forward to seeing you at Studio70!
Spontaneous art at Studio70