There’s a new swanky-looking co-working space on Robinson Road

There’s no slowing down for co-working spaces in Singapore. Apart from all the amazing options that popped up last year, just recently, The Projector announced that they’ll be turning their underutilized spaces into a conducive work area during the day. This time, the dependable and minimally designed The Working Capitol over at Keong Saik has expanded with a new flagship outlet in the CBD.

The new space spans across 11 floors and provides a variety of work stations that can fit up to 200 people. You get to choose from options like individual hot desks, private offices and  duplex penthouses, all designed by international design firm Hassell (just one of the three others behind the gorgeous Perth Stadium) and furnished by OpenDesk. Mojoko, Singapore-based artist and founder of Kult, will be displaying some of his distinctive works on three floors of the building.

Besides all the working spaces, the co-working space also has various lifestyle facilities like F&B establishment Plain Vanilla, a 20-meter outdoor pool, a gym space by Ritual, a sky garden so you can get some fresh air with a great view, a bar, and a members’ lounge.

Can’t wait to get in the space? They have monthly membership plans from $255, which gives you access to a working seat for 10 days, full member benefits and member rates for events, $729 for a permanent table with lockable storage cabinets included and $995 for a private office space and complimentary meeting room bookings. Find out more here