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The One for Designers - The Collective is a collaborative home for architects, builders and other creative companies.
The result is a sprawling, 13,000-square-foot space that design firms, architects and builders have called home since it opened in November of 2019. There are 12 private workspaces, 10 hot desks, a podcast room, three communal kitchens plus a few executive suites with private kitchenettes. In February, they added a boutique gym. There’s also a vast design library, with a collection of swatches, samples and design books for inspiration.
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.
The Collective Workspace is a co-working and lifestyle space designed for architects, landscape architects, designers, stagers, architectural technicians and vendors. Located in the heart of the design district, The Collective is building something meaningful for the growing community and their needs. The space includes a 3,000 sq.ft materials library, wellness space, storage room, board and call rooms.
Lauren Pearson is a Toronto-based freelance Illustrator whose designs have graced magazines, weddings, events and more. Lauren registered her business, By Lauren P, using Ownr in 2019 and has successfully built a strong demand for her art in the city. In this edition of Ownr Success Stories, we chat with Lauren about how she created a business out of what she loves.
Carly Nemtean and Itay Joshua have been gradually bringing their Richmond Hill, Ont., home into the 21st century, one room at a time.
Rebecca Hay Design: Website | Instagram
Carriage Lane: Website | Instagram | The Collective Workspace
Two Birds Design: : Website | Instagram
PI Fine Art: Website | Instagram
I'm Michelle Binette, owner and head decorator at Michelle Binette Design and I'm giving it to you real. I'm digging deep on topics like mindset, processes, pricing and everything that comes with running your interior business. I'm here to level up, and take you with me.
Community over competition—that’s the spirit behind cooperative work spaces created specifically for designers. In this compilation episode we hear from Business of Design™ member Tawni Peterson, who is thinking of creating a collective and wants to know what she should expect. We then hear from other BOD members who are currently in cooperative work spaces, running cooperative work spaces or about to launch such a venture. In this 2-part episode we’ll also learn about collective buying partnerships. Lots to learn in EP 102 and EP 105.
'The Collective Workspace is truly a designer's dream. It acts as a one-stop shop where residents can source materials and borrow samples for client presentations.'
By Lisa Van de Geyn