“No one wants a sea of desks anymore” says WeWork's global head of design

WeWork is designing a more grown-up form of co-working, says global head of design Ebbie Wisecarver, as the brand reacts to the pandemic and puts greater focus on large enterprise clients.

Wisecarver told Dezeen that the workspace provider, which has 756 locations in 38 countries, is moving away from the traditional co-working model in response to the changing demands of its clients.

“A lot of our older spaces had a sea of desks and no one wants that anymore,” she said.

Ebbie Wisecarver is global head of design for WeWork

WeWork‘s current workplace model is more centred around flexibility and collaboration, with a wide variety of meeting spaces, more lounge-style seating and different types of

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