City within city. Co-working
Without the city, there wouldn`t be Teika district. Without Teika district there wouldn`t be “Jaunā Teika.” All are results of the city. The city becomes a starting point of co-working concept. The city comes into the co-working with all specific functions and structure of the urban environment.
City prints. With crayons marked sidewalks, facades and fences – a common view of the city, which transforms into the interior in a monolithic finish that covers all planes – the floor, walls, and ceiling. All the planes become a surface where to live a note – ideas and sketches. Park in a city. A man is sitting on a bench in a park. In unhurriedly and frame manner. Urban noise can be heard from a distance. He sits in a park and breathes in nature – the park comes into the co-working like a herbs, plants, and greens, which becomes as a generator of oxygen and also a finish for walls and ceiling. Background. You travel around the city. Facades of buildings, courtyards, and advertising poles slip past your sight. It all comes together and creates an image of the city. Offices in the co-working are like this merged urban background that doesn`t stand out but is an important part of cities structure. Legends – streets are full of legends – historical, fictional and real – everyone of us could become a legend. Like Walter Caps, who is one of the legends in the concept of Jaunā Teika. As well as we created a specific hero for the co-working, who embodies ambitions and a strong character. Courtyard. You sit in a courtyard and feel like a part of the city, but at the same time, you are isolated from it. “Darkroom” in the co-working is like a courtyard in the city, which is bounded by opaque walls and confidentiality.