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SINGAPORE VENUE:
The Working Capitol on Robinson

  • The Working Capitol on Robinson
    The Penthouse
  • The Working Capitol on Robinson
    The Interchange
  • The Working Capitol on Robinson
    Lounge and event space
  • The Working Capitol on Robinson
    The Interchange
  • The Working Capitol on Robinson
    Sky garden
  • The Working Capitol on Robinson
    Outdoor lap pool

The dependable and minimalist The Working Capitol over at Keong Saik has expanded with a second flagship outlet on Robinson Road. 

The 11-storey establishment provides a variety of work stations that can accomodate up to 200 people. You'll get to choose from options like individual hot desks, private offices and duplex penthouses, all designed by international design firm Hassell (one of the names behind the gorgeous Perth Stadium) and furnished by OpenDesk. Mojoko, Singapore-based artist and founder of Kult, will be displaying some of his distinctive works on three floors of the building.

The co-working space also has various lifestyle facilities like cafe Plain Vanilla, a 20-meter outdoor pool, a gym space by Ritual, a sky garden so you can get some fresh air with a great view, a bar, and a members' lounge.

They have monthly membership plans from $255, which gives you access to a work station for 10 days, full member benefits and member rates for events, $729 for a permanent table with lockable storage cabinets included, and $995 for a private office space and complimentary meeting room bookings.

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Phone: 6631-8472
The Working Capitol on Robinson, 140 Robinson Rd., Singapore, 068907 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Tanjong Pagar

Opening Hours:

Mon-Fri 8:30am-6pm

Open Since:

March, 2017
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