Your home office may be comfortable, customized to your specifications, and as hard-working as you are—but sometimes everyone needs an escape from the everyday work routine. One way to shake things up? Coworking, or sharing an office environment with others working on their own projects.
Communities like LooseCubes.com that let you find temporary space to rent by the day or the month (like Hoboken, NJ’s MissionFifty, above) are a smart place to start. Look for workspaces that inspire, teach you something, or that simply give you a fresh perspective. Here are a few spots available across the country that recently caught our eye.
Designed by Strasser Architects, the soon-to-open Intero in Houston offers collaborative and private areas.
Need breathing room? The airy 16,000-square-foot CoCo is housed in the historic Minneapolis Grain Exchange.
Surprising nooks and crannies in Brooklyn’s newly renovated Love Brigade might inspire a little creativity.
Learn lessons in organization from spaces like this architect’s office in Berkeley, CA (take a look at their rainbow-colored filing system).