It may surprise you what a change of scenery can do for your productivity and creativity. Being in a fresh environment and a new setting can very well help open up your mind to new ideas and help your brain increase it’s absorption of information.
Though with so many options, how do you know which one is most suitable for you?
WORLD OF BUZZ’s editorial team decided to spend the day working at Komune’s newly opened outlet in Wisma UOA II, in order to figure out why this particular co-working space is different from the rest and I believe we’ve figured it out!
Conveniently located near the KLCC LRT station, Komune is also strategically placed in the hub of all things commercial considering Pavilion is just a stone’s throw away.
The WOB team basically took over the space from 9am up until about 7pm, though they actually close at 6pm, it was very hard for us to leave considering we felt so at home there.
1) Peaceful & Open Atmosphere
The moment we walked in, we were automatically taken by the calmness of the ambiance, as the arrangement of tables and booths perfectly complement the space to make sure it’s as open and inviting as possible.
The stylish and sophisticated furnishing is paired with pillows and blankets that give the space a gorgeous pop of bright colours and bold designs that liven up the atmosphere while giving us the much needed boost of mental energy we needed.
2) Comfort is Key
We almost didn’t want to leave considering Komune is just sooo comfortable. With their abundance of chairs, couches and work spaces, everyone has an option that fits their preference may it be tall chairs and high tables or rocking chairs for slouch-ers like me.
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Another plus point would be their super soft pillows and blankets – which makes it super comfy if you ever feel too chilly. Pop one behind your back and say goodbye to those pesky backaches, though careful not to hold on to one too tightly for you might just fall asleep!
3) Functionality to the Max
Komune’s space is huge. As we took a tour around the location, we couldn’t help but wonder if the place even had an ending! This actually gave them an advantage over their competitors as they transformed certain spaces and areas into specific rooms.
From office spaces of multiple sizes to individual work desk areas, there’s a space for any and every working function. They even have event spaces for workshops and team building sessions. Also, they have showers and a locker room for you to store your personal belongings! How convenient is that!
4) Membership Benefits
Not only do they have a few options of membership packages to fit everybody’s needs, but their packages are also super affordable and full of benefits. They’ve also implemented a flexible credit system for members to book facilities and amenities. Members also get to attend the community events that take place at Komune.
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Other benefits include:
- Free refreshment – water, coffee and tea available in their pantry.
- Phone booths – for those private business discussions.
- Meeting rooms – that come in a variety of sizes to suit your conferencing needs.
- Lifestyle Perks – discounts and benefits from Komune’s partnered brands.
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Unfortunately for now, they do not have any food items but they are looking for vendors to take over their pantry so that they can provide you with all the brain food you need. Coffee and tea is available for the time being.
Though the best part of it all, is that Komune is now offering discounts to WORLD OF BUZZ readers!
Use the promo code WOBXKOMUNE20 and receive 20% discounts to your bookings of their meeting rooms (minimum 2 hours booking) and event spaces (minimum 4 hours booking).
You can also redeem COMPLIMENTARY rental when you sign up for their 6 month membership programme!
Be quick though! This is only valid until 31st December 2019!
The outlet that we visited is here;
Address: Suite 6-1, Level 6, Lobby A, Wisma UOA II, No.21, Jalan Pinang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Phone: 03-2780 6787
It’s about time for a change of scenery from your office, don’t you think?
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