In 2012, Shareable reported on what was then a budding free coworking movement. Since then, free coworking has become a thriving, global movement that’s growing in epic leaps. In 2013, following the inception of the Free Coworking Map, the number of spaces grew a whopping 790 percent.
Walking around inside the new East Boston branch of the Boston Public Library sometimes feels like wandering across a rolling outdoor landscape. Light filters down from what looks like the sky but is in reality a roof of luminous, undulating cloudlike shapes. Down below at the floor, there are no walls or partitions. The whole space of the library, at least the part the public has access to, is one huge room. Elders, toddlers, video gamers, moms and pops, teens keeping a watchful eye on their younger siblings: All share the same space. It’s as if a variety of ages and interest groups were camping out in an open meadow. This is the best small contemporary library I’ve seen anywhere.
The work is slow – often painfully slow – but Cleveland, a city built for a million inhabitants, is remaking itself physically as it adjusts to massive population loss in recent decades. The latest evidence is the city’s recently announced...
After record amounts of snow this year in Philadelphia, you could be excused for not wanting to see any more of it. But today's snow actually brought us some pretty cool ideas for public spaces and traffic safety improvements along E. Passyunk Avenue in South Philly.
In the Northeast we had a test last week of whether people really wanted to stay home to get work done or to come to the office. In most cases, the office won. But not immediately. On the first snow day, last Monday, many people stayed at home doing paperwork and reading, and ended the day with a feeling of accomplishment. A vice president with Lotus spoke on the radio about how he had given lunch to his daughters and then went back to his study. It sounded idyllic. No commute. The virtual workplace could be efficient, comfortable and satisfying.
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