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Workhaus | 2010.09.05

Nice Workspace if You Can Get It!

CALL CREATIVE! The roster of Workhaus tenants includes a film editor, writer, interior designer and architect.

Contractors and freelancers, rejoice! A sleek new co-working space has arrived in Dallas. Launched by Ben Jenkins of the branding firm Onefastbuffalo, Workhaus Co-Working Lodge (3723 Greenville Ave., workhauslodge.com) is the hip, light-filled alternative to coffee shop-hopping. Jenkins, known for his love of atypical workplaces, (think mobile office in a tricked-out Airstream) has traded traditional cubicle culture for a minimalist, members-only setting designed by architect Joshua Nimmo. Outfitted with Eames-style office chairs, glossy white tables, exposed brick walls and floating shelves full of art books, it’s stylishly unstuffy. Members come and go via keypad lock with 24/7 access. Sure, there’s a conference room and a coffee pot, but it’s the camaraderie that these creative co-workers are after. Added bonus—the digs are steps away from Gloria’s. Because happy hour never goes out of style.

 
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CALL CREATIVE! The roster of Workhaus tenants includes a film editor, writer, interior designer and architect.

Contractors and freelancers, rejoice! A sleek new co-working space has arrived in Dallas. Launched by Ben Jenkins of the branding firm Onefastbuffalo, Workhaus Co-Working Lodge (3723 Greenville Ave., workhauslodge.com) is the hip, light-filled alternative to coffee shop-hopping. Jenkins, known for his love of atypical workplaces, (think mobile office in a tricked-out Airstream) has traded traditional cubicle culture for a minimalist, members-only setting designed by architect Joshua Nimmo. Outfitted with Eames-style office chairs, glossy white tables, exposed brick walls and floating shelves full of art books, it’s stylishly unstuffy. Members come and go via keypad lock with 24/7 access. Sure, there’s a conference room and a coffee pot, but it’s the camaraderie that these creative co-workers are after. Added bonus—the digs are steps away from Gloria’s. Because happy hour never goes out of style.

 
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CALL CREATIVE! The roster of Workhaus tenants includes a film editor, writer, interior designer and architect.

Contractors and freelancers, rejoice! A sleek new co-working space has arrived in Dallas. Launched by Ben Jenkins of the branding firm Onefastbuffalo, Workhaus Co-Working Lodge (3723 Greenville Ave., workhauslodge.com) is the hip, light-filled alternative to coffee shop-hopping. Jenkins, known for his love of atypical workplaces, (think mobile office in a tricked-out Airstream) has traded traditional cubicle culture for a minimalist, members-only setting designed by architect Joshua Nimmo. Outfitted with Eames-style office chairs, glossy white tables, exposed brick walls and floating shelves full of art books, it’s stylishly unstuffy. Members come and go via keypad lock with 24/7 access. Sure, there’s a conference room and a coffee pot, but it’s the camaraderie that these creative co-workers are after. Added bonus—the digs are steps away from Gloria’s. Because happy hour never goes out of style.

 
1.jpg

CALL CREATIVE! The roster of Workhaus tenants includes a film editor, writer, interior designer and architect.

Contractors and freelancers, rejoice! A sleek new co-working space has arrived in Dallas. Launched by Ben Jenkins of the branding firm Onefastbuffalo, Workhaus Co-Working Lodge (3723 Greenville Ave., workhauslodge.com) is the hip, light-filled alternative to coffee shop-hopping. Jenkins, known for his love of atypical workplaces, (think mobile office in a tricked-out Airstream) has traded traditional cubicle culture for a minimalist, members-only setting designed by architect Joshua Nimmo. Outfitted with Eames-style office chairs, glossy white tables, exposed brick walls and floating shelves full of art books, it’s stylishly unstuffy. Members come and go via keypad lock with 24/7 access. Sure, there’s a conference room and a coffee pot, but it’s the camaraderie that these creative co-workers are after. Added bonus—the digs are steps away from Gloria’s. Because happy hour never goes out of style.