The Work Loft

Sharing Spaces

Home alone, sweating over a hot computer with a poor internet connection is hardly conducive to efficient productivity. Well, fortunately, there is help, as the nature of the work landscape is rapidly changing with an increasing trend for freelancers and small business owners to unite in one venue and share not only space, but advice and resources.

The variety of such locations is growing too from designated areas in shopping malls and some progressive hotels, to a mix of dedicated centers for those who seek collective inspiration, networking opportunities, and yes, a reliable internet service.

Here are just some of the leading providers in what is already a competitive sector:

Hubba, Thailand

Hubba Thailand, Ekamai | Credit: Hubba, Thailand

Hubba Thailand ( boasts three locations on Ekamai Soi 4, the fourth floor of Siam Discovery and the third floor of Habito Mall in On Nut. They are all close to the respective BTS stations and give convenient access. A broad mix of amenities includes hot desks, free beverages and snacks, lockers and shower room.

The Work Loft

The Work Loft | Credit: The Work Loft

Over in Silom Soi 1 and close to the BTS and MRT stations is The Work Loft ( There are a number of features including 24/7 access, meeting rooms and different types of passes tailored to individual needs.


KliqueDesk | Credit: Kliquedesk

Located in the heart of Bangkok’s central business district in Asoke with easy access to the BTS and MRT links is KliqueDesk ( The sunshine yellow décor is both appealing and energizing. One of the key aims here is value for money from fully furnished service offices (cool desk) to virtual offices. There is free parking for clients and visitors, option for IT support flexible lease terms and use of a free phone booth.

The Hive

The Hive | Credit: The Hive

Last, but not least is The Hive ( situated on Sukhumvit Soi 49 covers six floors including a rooftop lounge and offers a range of facilities for members such as a spa, library, open plan and private offices.

Born in England, Christopher Scott Dixon is an experienced writer and ex-BBC radio reporter/presenter. He has contributed many features to a variety of publications in Thailand and in the UK. He has also written 18 books across different genres and is a qualified teacher.