Saturday, August 8, 2015

 Rent to  Live and work in a space less than 30 sqm! 

As more people look toward securing jobs across borders, the introduction of this fresh lodging concept for global nomads couldn’t be timelier. 

Say hello to ‘Zoku’–the home office loft and antithesis of the hotel room. 

This brainchild of co-founders Hans Meyer and Marc Jongerius has been created based on a simple idea: building a place where occupants can live, work and socialize with like-minded people. 

With the help of architecture firm Concrete and UK-based consultancy The Future Laboratory, ‘Zoku’ has adopted a smart design that incorporates space saving features such as an elevated sleeping area that can be accessed via a retractable staircase. 

‘Zoku’ will make its debut in Amsterdam in autumn 2015, and the team plans to open it in the most creative cities across the globe, including Berlin, Paris and London.

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