If you look at the photo on these lines you will see what the entrance of a cozy house looks like, but no, it is Bamba Coworking, a new space which was inaugurated precisely today in front of the Ruzafa market in Valencia. La Bamba was created as a personal project of two of the companies that currently form coworking, My Little bloom parties with style, by Claudia Mariño, and UO * design studio, a company composed of two architects: Elena Pérez and Marta Córcoles. Elena explains the origin of the project:
It all started because Claudia asked us to make some designs for one of the parties she organized, we both had the need to find a studio, and after the good relationship that was created between us we decided to create a coworking space with a different point in the city .
In December they started the reforms with an interior design plan directed by the founders of the study. And after weeks of hard effort and enthusiasm The Bamba Coworking was taking shape. After having everything ready, proposals were coming to complete this workspace that at all times was conceived as a place where synergies between the different members were created. That is what coworking spaces are about, creating a space where everyone can work comfortably and that favors teamwork.
We are used to seeing Coworking spaces in neutral colors and industrial style and this also has that part, but here you can tell a lot Feminine touch of the creators of the project. In the details with cheerful colors, in the plants that are part of the decoration bringing nature closer to space and even in the clarity of the environments that are lucky to have a great flow of natural light.
The truth is that this is one of the coworking spaces that I have seen that I liked the most. Everyone usually seeks to help with teamwork as open spaces and versatile furniture and that can be shared, but many times they are a bit bland at the decorative level and that makes them very impersonal. Here the taste of people who are going to work in space has been taken into account and it shows.
In fact it is so cozy that if you did not know that the photo on these lines corresponds to a coworking office, you might well think that it is of a house, for the colors, for the furniture, for the seedlings and ornaments. And today many of us spend so many hours working, that if we do it in an office, we need to feel in it as comfortable as at home and I believe that a pleasant environment like this can help a lot to achieve it.
In addition, this Coworking project has resulted in creating a curious concept, the Bamba Family, an original idea where each company that forms the coworking participates in the creation of service packs for other companies, each offering their competences. Claudia and Marta explain:
We want to create a family, each one has its brand and is dedicated to a different activity, but together we are a team and we provide services to those small and medium enterprises and entrepreneurs who are starting their activity.
These packs offer online and offline communication services, design, business analysis, branding, coaching, photography and event organization among others. In addition to the two founding companies, the Bamba Family participate, Moi Marie Photography, María Benavent corporate communication, Esperanza Romero coaching for entrepreneurs, Irene Belenguer Minimís and Valemania Consulting. And the good vibes between them are clearly reflected in the decoration of the coworking space that they occupy today.