This regular occupation also offers independent workers accustomed to the place the assurance of finding what they came for, that is, the possibility of breaking a form of isolation and sometimes uncomfortable routine. “I’ve been working from home for a few years and I’m tired of it. It’s becoming more and more difficult to put a barrier between my personal life and my professional life. I was looking for an office that was accessible on demand, where I could go for half a day or a day,” says Valerie Tennell. “I’m more efficient now and it’s allowed me to meet other people,” she says, an independent trainer who works in a 24/7 coworking space that can accommodate dozens of “nomad” workers.
Diana Rimmer also focuses on the stable lifestyle because, in addition to this co-working space, to which must be added the large meeting room equipped with digital equipment, the two kitchen areas and the two bathrooms that make up the building, and four very spacious individual offices, rented for 320 euros per month, have been equipped. In the Upper floor. “Two of them are still available,” specifies the Ty-Co creator.