"Third places" - where people can gather, put aside the concerns of work and home, and hang out simply for the pleasures of good company and lively conversation - are the heart of a community's social vitality and the grassroots of democracy

The Great Good Place - Ray Oldenburg


As an independent, I can’t draw any line between my professional and personal life. Everything is merged, feeding one another. I used to work from home for many years and when the time came to dedicate a space to my activities, I couldn’t set it up in other ways than a third-place.
All borders are blurry here except that the first floor is dedicated to creation and the top floor, to production.


I give the term creation a very large definition. To me, it’s covering activities such as photography or DYI, up to meeting up with friends and more for endless drinks and talking. This is common that encounters or discussions end up on projects ideas or business.

The production floor is fully equipped, without being fancy. Everything has been roughly painted and lighted up with industrial lamps found in an old warehouse. The desks are made of trestle tables but with plain thick wood tops. We want to create an overall feeling of reliability and stability.

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