Caroline Williamson via Design Milk | Photos by Rafael Soldi, Lara Swimmer, and Tim Bies
Blender Workspace wants to give a warm welcome to Cloud Room, our newest partner in the Global Collective. Blender members enjoy access to Cloud Room’s shared office space when in Seattle. The Seattle luxury coworking space features the type of breathtaking design that fosters collaboration as well as focused individual work while bathing members in light. Design Milk covers more about the space below.
Cloud Room is a private, member’s only, shared working environment in Seattle that’s the product of a joint collaboration between Graham Baba Architects and Brian Paquette Interiors who oversaw the design of the coworking space. While it’s an office for people to work in, it doesn’t feel boring or sterile like many workspaces do, especially some of the coworking concepts that have popped up.
Light floods the office, which is located on the 6th floor of a mixed-use building called Chophouse Row. With over 5,000 square feet of space, Cloud Room houses a large, co-working area filled with rows of tables and chairs, as well as a lounge, a glass-fronted conference room, and phone rooms.
Most luxury coworking spaces are sparsely decorated, but Cloud Room is outfitted with all types of places to work, casual seating areas with sofas and chairs, a bar area, along with a west-facing terrace with a fire pit. There’s plenty of space to work independently, but you can easily connect with others if you’re more into collaboration.