Posted Tuesday 13 Dec 2016
Working from home is tough and modern offices are full of distractions. But fear not - for help has arrived for Wellington writers and producers looking for a peaceful, productive workspace.
Bureau at 158 The Terrace is a beautiful, quiet coworking space inspired by New York's Writers Room. It was there that Bureau co-founder Arthur Meek found the environment he needed to plough thru scripts while he was the Arts Foundation's Harriet Friedlander New York Resident.
Like the Writer's Room, Bureau's workspace is quiet. That means no one will be talking, making or taking calls or breaking your concentration with audible music or today's five-minute quiz.
For only $169 a month, a limited number of early adopters will receive secure access to a workspace filled with light, wi-fi and beautiful writing nooks designed by co-founder Nathan Goldsworthy and named in honour of wonderful Wellington writers.
You can subscribe now at www.bureauworkspaces.com. It takes two minutes and you'll be given an app-based smartphone key so you can start using Bureau straight away. Give yourself a productive Christmas present and a spot to fulfil your New Year's writing resolutions. Subscribe to Bureau today!