Top Places to Work From Anywhere

Whether you live in the west or somewhere a little more central, these meeting rooms and co-working spaces are bound to give you that much-needed productivity boost.

Need inspiration for your next big idea? Have your next huddle at these futuristic-looking meeting pods at The Galen.

It’s the beginning of a new year, which means most of us would finally be back in the office again. Whether you’ve been anticipating socialising with colleagues face-to-face, or dreading the commute, many of us would agree that it’s about time we had a change in working environments. And if there’s one thing that working from home has taught us, it’s the importance of having a conducive space to work from.

For a start, working from anywhere can be as simple as hot desking at one of CapitaLand’s flexible workspaces, which offers a full suite of space solutions including access to individual meeting rooms. The best part is, these options come fully furnished with state-of-the-art amenities and a beautiful work environment to boot, which will surely inspire you to get your boss mode on and get work done.

So whether you’re an individual desperate to work from anywhere or a team leader that dearly misses having in-person meetings, here are our top picks for the best spaces to work from.

1. TWP at CapitaSpring

TWP at CapitaSpring spans three levels—L21, L39, and L40 and has a stairway, connecting the mid-rise and high-rise sections of CapitaSpring.

One thing you should know about The Work Project (TWP) is that each of their locations has its own unique vibe that blends in with the building architecture and design. The interior of TWP at CapitaSpring complements the building’s iconic façade, which are reminiscent of tropical tranquility, with its bright, woody elegance and sprawling glass windows that allow natural light to flood the space, so you can get your daily dose of Vitamin D while working.

Memberships at TWP are available in four categories: day passes (booked per day), part-time and full-time hot desks, and a dedicated desk with a private office (booked monthly). All membership tiers come with access to their networking events, business-grade internet, housekeeping, and gourmet pantry. On top of that, the members get to enjoy 24/7 global access to all TWP locations, free small meeting room access, and other perks like dining, fitness, and lifestyle deals at partner brands.

TWP at CapitaSpring spans three levels—L21, L39, and L40—with the top two levels comprising of enterprise workspace solutions and lower floor designed for a more open co-working environment. Both members of TWP and tenants of CapitaSpring can get to enjoy all of the perks, and facilities that both spaces have to offer which includes access to the sky garden and sky club on L51, yoga alcove on L18, event and meeting spaces, hotdesks and more. The view of the city skyline is also quite the sight, no matter the time of day. If you ask us, this makes TWP at CapitaSpring a great place to host meetings with important guests and business partners.

2. TWP at Asia Square Tower 2

If you’ve been dreaming about working on a Herman Miller office chair, then run, don’t walk, to sign up for a membership at TWP at Asia Square Tower 2—they’ve got 2 levels of fully furnished workspaces  fitted with Herman Miller furniture. That’s not all, they also have more than 10 meeting rooms equipped with Cisco’s audio-visual technology, and Alpha Acoustic’s acoustic privacy to meet all sorts of meeting needs. The space also boasts a vertical garden landscape by world-renowned botanist Patrick Blanc, as well as an art installation by Gallery HUUE. If working here doesn’t make you feel like a high-flying executive, we don’t know what will.

Membership tiers and member perks are the same across all TWP locations. So, if what you’re looking for is a meeting room with state-of-the-art technology, or a space bursting with inspiration at every corner, you’ll definitely enjoy working and hosting meetings here. And just like TWP at CapitaSpring, this location boasts a great view of the city skyline, specifically the Downtown Marina Bay area.

The space also has dedicated nursing rooms (perfect for working mothers), and is conveniently located near Downtown, Marina Bay, and Raffles Place MRT stations. It’s also a short walk away from Lau Pa Sat, so you can enjoy more wallet-friendly lunch options.

TWP at Asia Square Tower 2 features the first-of-its-kind vertical garden landscape by renowned bota-nist Patrick Blanc and art installation by Gallery HUUE.
Enjoy sprawling views of the Downtown Marina Bay area from TWP at Asia Square Tower 2.

3. Bridge+ Ascent at Singapore Science Park

If working in the CBD and rubbing shoulders with the crowd on the daily commute isn’t quite your thing, then Bridge+ Ascent at Singapore Science Park is a good option to consider, where the interior is vibrant and welcoming, with pops of colour all around the space.

Here, members get to enjoy at least 10 hours of community engagements across business and lifestyle events curated by the team. The memberships are available in three different categories: flexi desks, fixed desks, and private suites, all booked on a monthly basis. All membership tiers also come with access to their fully-equipped pantry, high-speed wifi, discussion pods, meeting rooms that can be booked by the hour, as well as 24/7 access to the space, so you won’t have to worry about the horror of being locked in while working late.

Bridge+ Ascent is located at Singapore’s innovation corridor, a buzzing hub for R&D and tech pioneers.
At Passion room, it’s the perfect meeting place for your daily scrums

One of the more unique aspects of Bridge+ Ascent is the 180-degrees immersive screen event venue and the generous number of meeting rooms and versatile event venues equipped with enterprise grade facilities that provide a fun environment with whimsical names (think Metro, Arena, Catapult, Unicorn, Carnival, and Rocket among others). We’re not sure about you, but we think it’s pretty cute. There’s just something about having a Monday workshop in Catapult that makes us feel like Mondays might not be so bad after all..

4. The Galen

Cosy huddle corners and meeting rooms facilitate a comfortable environment for your business net-working at meetings at The Galen.

An option for all you Westies out there, The Galen is a modern, futuristic-looking workspace in the Singapore Science Park that will have you feeling like you’re in a sci-fi movie or a futuristic art gallery when you step in.

The lobby boasts a snazzy lounge area and meeting pods encased in glass, which allows lots of natural light in. The openness of the space can also be seen as a source of motivation to be productive, because nobody wants to be seen openly slacking off in the middle of the workday, right?

As for accessibility, there are regular shuttle buses to and from the nearby Haw Par Villa MRT and neighbouring food centres.

So do any of these spaces make you want to say goodbye to working in your PJs? No matter which you choose, we hope to see you there sometime soon.

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