Published: July 09, 2019

Coworking is an affordable way to setup a desk with flexible month-to-month leases, access shared office amenities such as Ten Gigabit Adelaide and become part of a community that supports your entrepreneurial journey.

The uptake indicates that demand will continue to soar with JLL Research showing more space was leased in Australia by coworking operators in 2018 than the previous three years combined - with Adelaide following suit. The South East corner of the city is the latest spot experiencing a renaissance with the arrival of new spaces CoHuttSpace and Mâché.

Mâché, situated on Pulteney Street, enjoys an abundance of natural light, polished floorboards and a healthy dose of Scandi-inspired furniture. Sustainability was integral in the design process with a smart security and lighting system, three bin waste program, and in-house composting that is used to feed plants and trees throughout the building.

Image: Mâché

Private offices, open-plan desks and function rooms intersect with spaces dedicated to wellbeing workshops and a weekly yoga program.  The mix of space options are as diverse as the businesses that call the spot home. Mâché counts eco-friendly transportation company EcoCaddy, The Nature Conservancy  and automotive retail software firm CMV Group amongst its members.

Image: Mâché

“We've got a fantastic location a couple of steps away from the beautiful Park Lands to unwind as well as brilliant little boutique cafes, Sibling, Scootz and Fawn.” Said Daniels Langeberg, Co-founder and CEO of Mâché.

Image: Sia Duff for Sibling 

CoHuttSpace is perfectly positioned on leafy Hutt Street. Opening its doors in April, the coworking space is built on an ethos of flexibility and empowering agile teams to achieve. Single permanent desks, spacious board rooms and private offices for teams that want to still leverage the benefits that coworking environments have to offer come together in Co Hutt Space’s sleek modern setting. The site boasts dedicated carparking, high security frameworks and speedy connections.

Image: CoHuttSpace

If you’re considering the potential of coworking, take note of the essential ingredients – location, good coffee and fast internet. With Adelaide’s hyper-connected options of Ten Gigabit Adelaide, NBN, Uniti and various other high-speed options and the thriving café scene; anything is truly possible.