Picture this: It is a regular workday and post-lunch drowsiness has started to set in. Instead of guzzling that triple espresso in a panic or – heaven forbid – slinking off to the toilet to sneak in a short nap, you make your way to a “wellness room” instead.
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In this calm space clad in soothing earth tones, you settle into the lotus pose and plug in to your favourite meditation app to re-centre yourself and regain your focus. Refreshed, you head back to your work desk where you take a moment to enjoy the natural daylight filtering in through soaring windows before you get back to your tasks with renewed vigour.
Welcome to The Great Room’s fifth Singapore location at the Afro-Asia building in the CBD area, which launched last October.
It is a given that the newest outpost by this premium coworking space operator is beautiful – this light-filled space was designed by award winning London- and Hong Kong-based designer Joyce Wang.
But more than that, the 37,000 sq ft space, which spans four floors, was created to take into consideration the wellbeing of its members as a way to boost productivity and creativity.
“Wellness is becoming a big part of the conversation at the workplace and is a part of getting employees to perform the best they can. With a pandemic and different things happening at the same time, how can we help individuals and companies cope with that?” said Jaelle Ang, co-founder and chief executive officer of The Great Room, which also has one location each in Bangkok and Hong Kong.