|||||||||US import WeWork has set up in Sea Containers House|WeWork’s £325 per month fee includes access to a database of 15,000 other WeWorkers|WeWork’s private space complements communal work areas|Islington’s Hub quickly expanded to become a global brand|The Hub in Islington has a community focus, hosting regular events|TP Bennett’s WeWork interiors should appeal to creatives|Co-working has become big business: WeWork is valued at $5bn|The Islington Hub: a decade old, its cheeky DIY approach marked the birth of something new||
30 Jan 2015

Co-working climbs the corporate ladder

Words by James McLachlan

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