“TO CREATE A WORLD WHERE PEOPLE WORK TO MAKE A LIFE, NOT JUST A LIVING.” 

That’s how WeWork company stated their ultimate mission. As a co-working company, they have established not only a business but a community where everyone learns how to interact with each individual and work together as a team, as a “community of creators”, as what they call it. The community, however, has been organized worldwide. WeWork has been popularly established in seven different countries and a total of twenty-three cities. The WeWork office will soon be established in five more countries.

As the company grows, WeWork needed to expand and redesign their office. Recently, they have widen their community when an architectural technology company known as the CASE, has been acquired by WeWork.

The merge was a great deal that as from an individual firm, they’ve become in-house specialists. As for CASE, it definitely wasn’t a descending commitment but rather an open door for bigger opportunities. Both companies were overwhelmed as they could be part on each others structural vision with regards to redesigning and architectural construction. CASE’s office will be located in New York and both company owners, WeWork and CASE, with expertise in architectural design, have worked hand in hand to execute the office designs.

The office interiors of WeWork in different countries and cities, alter, and has its own sense of architectural style.

Moreover, snapshots below are some of the WeWork office designs that could be applied as the acquisition with CASE was concluded.

1THE WEWORK BUILDING IN LA

2RUSTIC INTERIORS

3A DASH OF WOODEN STATEMENT

4MODERNIST FEATURES

5WHITE, BRIGHT AND CONTRAST

6MERGING SPACES AND IDEAS

All the photos were sourced from Archdaily.