I was reading a blog post today from Mutinerie, a cowork space in Paris, France (yes, it’s in French. Let Google translate it for you). More to the point, I was watching a 20 minute video about their space. It was a nice peek into how cowork spaces evolve differently in different cultures. Mutinerie was formed by 3 guys from Berlin, Paris and New York, so they had a pretty wide range of cultural experiences to draw from right off the bat. Their name means “mutiny.” Their motto is “free together”, capturing the spirit of the freelancer and the collaboration of coworking
Anyway, nestled in the sidebar of that video was another video that caught my eye. Maybe it was the choice to use Rembrandt’s “The Anatomy Lecture of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp” as the title slide; not really something you’d see in a corporate PowerPoint deck. I thought they did a great job in summing up how work and the workplace is changing/has changed and I wanted to share it with you.