A Tour of Brain Embassy’s Coworking Space in Warsaw
Brain Embassy, a coworking platform that tries to connect the creative potential of people from corporations, small and medium enterprises, startups as well as freelancers, recently opened a new coworking campus in Warsaw, Poland, which was designed by interior design firm mode:lina in cooperation with Adgar Poland.
“Brain Embassy offers spaces where you can work while on the move, rest by meditating or cycling. You are only restricted by your own imagination. A cooperation of Adgar Poland with mode:lina™ studio designers resulted in the Brain Embassy brand being spatially complemented by a motif of “synapses” running across the whole interior. Visitors to Brain Embassy in Warsaw’s Mokotów are, from the very entrance, led right through the entire interior by three-dimensional elements, inspired by neurons and synapses. Just like impulses pass through them in our brain, steel synapses constructions pass through several zones, and link innovative areas of this unique co-creating. Conference rooms are dedicated to great minds: mathematicians (a large abacus), artists (floors with a pattern of splattered paint), chemists (chemical elements), architects (building blocks), scholars (library), photographers (a studio) or fashion designers (tailor cut-outs). Smaller rooms are joined by a synapses-filled large multiroom with tables suspended from the ceiling. When co-working is not enough, it is worth taking yet another step forward. Not only share and discover, but also inspire one another. That is why Brain Embassy is more than just a workplace, it is also an environment where a well-knit community is formed. Adgar Poland, who introduced the concept to the Polish market, provided entrepreneurs with a unique interior, along with a unique business model, which allows their companies to keep their own working style in this creative environment of the highest quality, designed by mode:lina™ studio. Brain Embassy has set a new trend with the aim of not only providing a beautiful and functional office, but most importantly of establishing an engaged community of people who work in it and co-create it.”