A 2500 square meter coworking space in the heart of Berlin with the typically raw Kreuzberg feel. The laid-back and spacious venue features a great cafe on the ground floor and holds popular workshops and conferences. There’s even a maker area where you can build your own prototype.
Probably Vienna’s most heterogeneous place, phil is a coffee shop, bar, restaurant, and bookshop. It is also one of Vienna’s most interesting literary cafés with comfortable and soothing atmosphere and light jazz playing in the background.
Definitely the most Google-esque of coworking spaces, Google Campus is located at the intersection of London’s financial district and Shoreditch – London’s most vibrant area. Campus offers free one on one mentoring sessions with experts from Google, early morning yoga classes and dozens of events per week. The downstairs cafe is a key meeting point for London’s startup ecosystem and a must for anyone visiting town.
Startup City is a new coworking space in Aarhus, aspiring to be an epicenter of ambitious, growth-minded entrepreneurs. The space also encourages the collaboration between startups and established business by giving big companies access to the buzzing coworking space.
Guerilla Office aims to provide professional nomads with simultaneously great locations to work from and great company. The team scouts work-friendly locations around Stockholm, checks that they have wifi and power outlets and organises what they call “GO-events”. These events bring together driven individuals in order to enhance productivity and of course, serendipity.