A New Way of Working For Toronto Architects

The Collective Workspace is opening the first co-working space in Toronto designed exclusively for architects, landscape architects, designers, stagers, architectural technicians and vendors this Fall. Welcome to a new way of working in an environment where innovation, collaboration, and productivity are fostered on the daily. Imagine being surrounded by a community of like-minded individuals in a tailored atmosphere that helps you work best, collaborate, communicate, grow and make your own business a successful one.


Co-working is a world-wide phenomenon that’s growing immensely and gaining traction all over the world. Co-working has revolutionized the way people work from freelancers to digital nomads, to finance professionals and just about everyone in between. According to Ergonomic Trends, the number of co-working spaces globally is set to double to approximately 50,000 in the next 5 years.

Toronto is jumping on the bandwagon and as the third-fastest growing city for coworking in the world. So what does this all mean for the future of architecture in Toronto? Well for one, with less structure means more freedom to work when you work best; working in an environment that is built to be conducive to productivity, keeping you focused on the things that matter most. Co-working is cheaper than a regular office, allowing you to share your office with a community of professionals who can help to keep you motivated and engaged.

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Co-working is changing the nature of the workplace, giving people more control over their work lives and helping them to interact with new people in a social setting. The Collective Workspace is building something meaningful for the growing architectural community and their needs. The space includes a 2,500 sq.ft materials library, mindful space, monthly storage space, board rooms, call and podcast rooms. Four different workspace membership styles are offered ranging from private to public, allowing the community to grow strategically while building a sustainable business.

If you’re interested in learning more about The Collective Workspace, visit www.thecollectiveto.com or follow along on social @thecollectiveworkspace

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