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The art of collecting members and spaces

Collective Works CEO lifts the veil on the firm's swanky co-working space, a 50:50 venture between his company and CapitaLand.

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The facility is a sprawling maze of enclosed offices of different sizes and configurations, meeting rooms, phone booths, huddle rooms and relaxation areas.

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The facility is a sprawling maze of enclosed offices of different sizes and configurations, meeting rooms, phone booths, huddle rooms and relaxation areas.

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“This really is the first time that we have master planned a whole floor,” says Mr O’Bryne (above) of Collective Works’ co-working space at Capital Tower.

ON the 12th floor of Capital Tower in Singapore's central business district (CBD), a set of conventional glass doors separates you from a large green wall, in front of which is a reception desk. You could be walking into a swanky designer's office, or even a high-end restaurant's waiting area.

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