Inside The Assemblage’s New NYC Coworking Space
The Assemblage, a platform that provides coworking, coliving, and social spaces for people seeking transformation and interconnection, recently opened its first space located in New York City’s NoMad district.
“The big picture vision, is for the project to be part of a transition from a society defined by individualism and separation into one of interconnectedness. Defined as a new era the “age of assembly,” the goal is to provide physical spaces where people can work to leverage solution-based crowdfunding to create positive change as well as meet individual passions and goals. Daily programing includes yoga, meditation, and sound. Complimentary ayurvedic breakfast and lunch is available to resident members at all locations to encourage seasonal eating and communal dining. Evening talks on a wide range of topics such as technology, capital, transformation and culture, are designed to help combine work lives with well-being and intellectual growth. The 48,000 square foot space, includes private offices, flexible and private desks, meditation and meeting rooms, a plant-based elixir bar and social event spaces. All were designed by globally acclaimed NYC design boutique Meyer Davis”, says The Assemblage
- Location: NoMad – New York City, New York
- Date completed: 2017
- Size: 48,000 square feet
- Architect of record: Mancini Duffy
- Design: Meyer Davis