This project was a conceptual thesis project designed by Diana Druhora in 2018.

The approach to this project was to create a creative environment that acts as an interactive hub for different disciplines to collaborate. The intention for this co-working space is to understand the human creative process and how it will be translated into the design of the space through a mixture of private and collaborative or public zones. A seamless transition is crucial to allow users to easily flow between these zones.

Like a well assembled puzzle, it’s important to create a space where all the pieces fit perfectly together to form a clean functioning entity. With all the components designed to work together, it supports the users in accessing their full creative potential.


Centre for Social Innovation

Co-working Space




April 2018