Going Nomad

Nomad_0231The days of 9-5 office jobs are over; today, more and more of us work freelance and digitally, making the idea of a permanent office obsolete. In the last couple of years, we’ve seen the rise of several co-working spaces, from the international WeWork to the creative member’s club Soho House. And now, Copenhagen is receiving it’s very own pendant, but armed to its teeth with comfort and understated luxury. Nomad occupies the grandiose quarters of a former court house on Sankt Hans Torv in the buzzing Nørrebro area, furnished with iconic office furnitures across open-plan office spaces, private meeting rooms, and chill-out areas. With freshly brewed coffee at hand at all hours, art provided by Last Resort Gallery, and frequently updated flower arrangements by Poppykalas, the space oozes calm, concentration, and style – the ideal milieu for the contemporary creative worker. “We want to create a space which caters to creatives who are happy to pay a little extra to live in a beautiful environment with high service,” says co-founder Oliver Bernhard, who worked with interior designer Natalia Sanchez to transform the building into something truly extraordinary. “I have tried to follow an international style that also would be well-suited to the building,” Sanchez commented – “it’s like stepping into a beautiful boutique hotel abroad, where you just want to stay and hang out because of the very special atmosphere – a combination of something homely, cozy and luxurious.” Nomad Workspace opened in January 2017, and already has its doors open for nomadic workers of all kinds.


For more information, see Nomad Workspace

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