February 24th, 2016 Architecture Culture Design Interior
Going to the office has a whole neue meaning.
NeueHouse is a radically new idea on how to experience the office. A series of experiences, spaces, amenities and opportunities especially suited to ambitious innovators. NeueHouse is a global home for solopreneurs and creative teams . This inspired co-working space was designed by noted experiential and innovative architectural firm, Rockwell Group. In addition to providing stylish and hip shared working spaces it was designed to accommodate weekly screenings, lectures, workshops, or cultural events put on by NeueHouse.
The idea is to reinvent the work space so that it promotes flexibility and spontaneity. The thoughtfully designed spaces make accidental encounters happen with the intent to promote collaboration and enhance creative incubation. Neuehouse embodies the new work style of the young, affluent freelancers, consultants, and entrepreneurs. These new digital nomads can work from anywhere around the world, travel in style, appreciate hip environments and have blurred the division between their personal and professional lives.
Upon first entering NeueHouse it feels a bit like a hip urban hotel. You have concierge service, a curated food cart and a bar that opens at night creating a social atmosphere. Depending on the location additional amenities include: Full-Service Restaurant, Auditorium, Roof Deck, Broadcasting Studio, Screening Room, Private Dining Space, Meeting Rooms, Performance Space and On-Site Parking.
All with the aim of creating a diverse community of creatives from various disciplines, a committee carefully handpicks members, rather than admitting them in the order that they applied. There are various membership options with monthly fees range from $150-$1500, and the option of a Global membership.
New York: The first NeueHouse, NeueHouse Madison Square, opened in New York City in September of 2013.
110 East 25th Street
New York, New York 10010
Los Angeles: Located in the historic 1938 CBS Radio Building and Studio on Sunset Boulevard, built in 1938 by William Lescaze, one of the pioneers of modernism in American architecture.
6121 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90028,