What defines a working place? The colleagues? The coffee machine? An asshole boss you don’t want to talk to? Probably nothing of the above. In the last years working has taken an indefinite shape, so much that we often carry it around with us at any moment: it’s all in our smartphone. To give well-defined limits to duty, it’s important for students and freelance professionals to find their own place, and Open was conceived exactly to do that. If you need a place to turn on your laptop and spend some hours working without necessarily being at home or in a dull office, bingo!

Photo by Alice Gemignani

Open is a wide multifunctional place with two distinct areas devoted to co-working: the relaxed one is located near the bar and the small bookshop, while the other – rightly called “business area” – is more discreet: no music, super fast internet, and areas where you can even organize a meeting. Hard workers paradise, indeed. The price to access the first area is 8€/day, the pro is 18 (prices that decrease at night and during weekend); you can take a day to deal with all you have to do in a relaxed and truly “open” atmosphere, where you can have a break while flipping through a book and drinking half of the bar away – because it’s ok to work, but don’t forget to allow yourself a spritz at the end of the day (or even in the middle of the day). Open multi-functional space often hosts events, meetings, book launches and many other activities that make everything revolving around these walls very pleasant  – under all regards a place where duty and pleasure meet to create culture.

Photo by Alice Gemignani

Featured in