FIRST LOOK: Incredible new co-working space Next Curated Workspace unveiled in Adelaide’s CBD

Holman Hodge has created Next Curated Workspace, a modern co-working space designed to redfine the approach to corporate environments.

When the professional services firm Holman Hodge set out to find their new office space on Pirie Street, the criteria was clear: the space needed to be flexible, encourage a collaborative culture, and ensure convenience.

Their innovative response was to create Next Curated Workspace, a modern co-working space designed to redefine the approach to corporate environments.

Designed by DesignInc, Next Curated Workspace represents the essence that a modern office needs. The space offers stunning panoramic views of the Adelaide CBD, with elegantly designed areas customised for collaboration. These include meeting rooms, quiet rooms, and a boardroom.

The workspace also boasts essential shared facilities like function spaces, end-of-journey amenities, and a professionally managed reception.

It is being reviewed as a perfect solution for businesses seeking to blend traditional office benefits with the contemporary demands for comfort and flexibility that have escalated in the post-COVID landscape.

“Next is not just a place to come and sit and work by yourself, we are building a vibrant community where people can work together and connect with like-minded people,” Paul Holman, Managing Director of Holman Hodge, says.

“Where they not only share a workspace but also their expertise, connections, and insight. We want people to connect, share ideas and celebrate one another’s success.”

Currently hosting the staff of Holman Hodge, the workspace has a capacity for up to 90 people, and offers ideal membership options for Adelaide-based businesses and beyond. It aims to provide these businesses a flexible home-base with both short-term and long-term possibilities.

“Next makes it easy for people to do business, for an all-inclusive monthly cost, everything is looked after from front of house, meeting room use, printing, WIFI and member events and training,” Lisa Pritchard, Director of Holman Hodge, says.

“It is designed for people to share their knowledge and learn from others to enhance their own skills and their business. It means smaller businesses don’t need to commit to a lease agreement and can easily flex up or down if they need to.”

Next is scheduled to launch officially in late May, with the first event planned on the 23rd of May. The launch will serve as the first in a series of networking evenings aimed at encouraging a sense of community and continuing opportunities for both social and professional engagement.

“Next suits everybody from visiting executives to freelance creatives; and everyone who joins is free to be part of our community and join social events, including wine and non-alcoholic tastings as well as future food and networking events with our neighbours on Pirie Street,” Lisa Pritchard said.

As Next Curated Workspace prepares to open its doors, it brings in a new era of working environments in Adelaide, promising a dynamic and supportive community for different sectors and professionals.

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