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It’s happened—The Projector is now home to a cozy co-working space

But don’t worry, you’ll still be able to catch cool films like before.

By Adam Kerr | Jan 10, 2017

  • It’s happened—The Projector is now home to a cozy co-working space
    Clockwork co-working space at The Projector

The co-working spaces trend is going strong in Singapore, with a number of fantastic co-working spaces that have popped up in the past year alone. Now, a new back-to-basics co-working movement called Clockwork (we really like their simple A Clockwork Orange-esque logo) plans to turn the underutilized spaces into a conducive work space during the day, and they’re starting with none other than The Projector.

Unlike the fancy co-working offices that boast sweeping views of the CBD, industrial-chic decor and private office spaces (apart from hot desks) which can come at a price, Clockwork offers a fuss-free, no-BS kind of working environment with a supposedly friendly crowd you can get things done. Location apart, the other best part is the price: it’s $200 per month and day passes are $30. Here, you’ll have access to your own personal space, fast Wi-Fi, free refreshments and a printer.

And workaholics be warned: they’re only open 9am to 5pm on weekdays (also because The Projector has to resume operations). You’re right by the MRT, not to mention cheap Thai food at Golden Mile. Once you’re a member, all you need is to walk in, check in with the concierge to get the Wifi password, and start hustling.

At the moment, you can sign up for their free pilot trial at The Projector from Jan 16-Feb 15 for the full experience, and later on pay an early bird special price of $150 for a full membership. For more information, check out their website.

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