This space was once a garden, then a railway station and finally a garage. However this state of affairs is no more, today the space houses the Madrid outlet of The Hub, a coworking network for social entrepreneurs. The team behind this coworking office in Spain was ch+qs arquitectos, their aim being to leave as much of the original concrete space untouched as possible – something which they clearly achieved.
The goal for The Hub was to create myriad flexible workstations that could serve as timeshares for entrepreneurs looking to “change the world.” It didn’t require an expensive furniture shipment. Instead, designers brought in loads of fruit boxes, which today serve as stools, desks, ladders, shelves, and an entire ticket office—offering extreme flexibility. Walls were left raw, save for felt lining conference rooms. In-floor heating and cooling lies beneath the raw wood.
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