Creating Spaces All The Way From Amsterdam

Spaces, a coworking space from Amsterdam enters Malaysia as part of International Workplace Group (IWG) with its first location at KL Platinum Sentral, spanning five floors across 6,826 square metres.

It is the largest coworking space in Malaysia with on-site café deli, meeting rooms and business lounges, to exemplify its concept of an inspirational, open and vibrant workspace, now made available for like-minded entrepreneurs.

Spaces is poised to be the hub where high-quality design meets fresh, professional and modern spirit, to offer versatile ways to work, meet, connect and interact. Its ambiance is calm and professional which invokes inspiration without being too loud. The interior is designed using fabrics from European brands such as Vitra, Hay and Kvadrat to set the tone for its overall look and feel, with elements of true classics through the Vitra Alcove Chair from designers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec.

Vijayakumar Tangarasan, Country Head of IWG Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei said: “Our central location right in the heart of Malaysia’s largest and busiest transit hub enables our members to connect to the country’s major railway lines, at ease.

“We chose this location for our very first Spaces to meet the call for Malaysia to emerge as an international hub for businesses, which also ties back to our commitment to provide creative work environments with inspirational entrepreneurial spirit enhanced by facilities that can be configured to meet the needs of businesses, regardless of size.”

Since its inception in 2006, Spaces has strived to redefine the way work is done by cultivating a community that prioritises collaborative efforts.

Spaces Platinum Sentral takes inspiration from elegant European architecture and makes full use of natural lighting for an office space that feels like home. Its exposed ceiling and engineered wood flooring are enhanced by customised lights and walls with a raw concrete finish and rot iron furniture, to bring to life an ambiance that truly stands out.

Today, Spaces workspaces can be found in 250 locations worldwide. This latest addition expands Spaces’ regional portfolio in providing end-to-end solutions for its members in the country and the company looks to further expand its local footprint with more offerings in the future. It offers numerous on-site facilities to support business needs, including IT support, a reception, postal handling and printing services.

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