Sophie Fidler, one of our location designers, shares her notes, thoughts and inspirations behind our brand new workspace in Boston's financial district.


Boston's financial district, as you might have guessed, is full of investment brokers, banks, law firms, and hotels. It's a fast-paced place of high stress and little downtime; finding a small, quite space to yourself is usually pretty hard to come by.

Located in the district's heart stands 33 Broad Street: a brick mid-rise building, which is home to one of Boston's newest workspaces. It's great for brainstorming in a small team, therapy sessions, meeting with clients, or some personal space to work in peace.

For this space, the color palette was kept minimal and cool, with copper accents. To keep in tune with our Boston vibe, industrial desk chairs were included around a small white table.

We made sure to keep it super professional, but with a laid-back attitude. The lounge space is cozy with a sectional couch, sleek wire lounge chair, and triple-tier coffee table.

Prints by NYC portrait and fashion photographer Chris Schoonover adorn the walls, making the space pop with a little more color. If the buzz of Boston has you a bit frazzled, hop in to this space to refresh, regroup, and focus.


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