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Move over millennial pink… this Warsaw coworking space is drenched in aqua blue

Aquamarine dominates at Warsaw’s Nest coworking space, which is designed to feel more like a nightclub than an office.

Local design studio Beza Projekt created interiors that blur the boundaries between work and play, installing plush sofas, patterned wallpaper and ceramic tiles.

Move over millennial pink... Warsaw’s Nest coworking space is drenched in aqua blue
Photography: Jacek Kołodziejski & Beza Projekt

The studio wrapped the building’s angular pillars in marbled prints borrowed from the Nest’s own branding. Meanwhile carpets, walls and ceilings have all been recoloured to match the aquamarine theme.

Furniture in the space is adaptable – sofas can be rearranged to create ‘islands’, and raised trays offer room for plants. Members can choose from a range of different workstations, and take advantage of an on-site coffee bar and daycare.

Move over millennial pink... Warsaw’s Nest coworking space is drenched in aqua blue
Photography: Jacek Kołodziejski & Beza Projekt
Move over millennial pink... Warsaw’s Nest coworking space is drenched in aqua blue
Photography: Jacek Kołodziejski & Beza Projekt
Move over millennial pink... Warsaw’s Nest coworking space is drenched in aqua blue
Photography: Jacek Kołodziejski & Beza Projekt
Move over millennial pink... Warsaw’s Nest coworking space is drenched in aqua blue
Photography: Jacek Kołodziejski & Beza Projekt

[H/t Dezeen]

Read next:  Inside Ministry of Sound’s new coworking space

Emma is a contributing editor at The Spaces. She also writes for Grafik, Dezeen and Creative Review

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