Article discusses some of the features you should keep in mind when designing an office space. Things to consider: Open space, built with collaboration in mind, location, casual space, share space with other companies, social environment, clean uncluttered workspace.
Despite no mention of coworking it sounds like a description of a coworking space.
While not designed for office use, I wouldn’t say you couldn’t use it in the office. The seller includes most of the original equipment including parachute. There is no life raft, and no propellant. Our Long Island Coworking space has real yankee seats in a small conference room. So its not much of a stretch for us to see a creative person using this within an office space.
Interesting article—1 takeaway is new research shows people actually get drunk faster when they drink in unfamiliar places. Since most people are not used to drinking in the office you should be more conscious of pacing your drinking during office parties.
Wall Street journal reports on the growing global trend of coworking. With coworking professionals working for different companies (or themselves) share office space at a fraction of the cost of renting space on their own. Most spaces such as our Long Island coworking space require no long term commitment and offer a flexible/professional workspace. An important benefit of coworking is exposure to a community environment where ideas and opportunities can flow freely.