In the autumn of 2020 construction company and urban developer YIT invited Fyra to join a new and exciting project called Workery+. Together with Microsoft YIT had created “The Year Zero Report”, a study that defines seven lessons on the future of working. Workery+ Vallila is the first concrete outcome on what a service model based on those learnings would look like.
Plans for the new kind of shared office and remote working space were put into action quickly. The Sturenportti building in Vallila, Helsinki had gone through renovations during different time periods. Thus, a clear unified feeling of space needed to be created, while also making as little changes as possible in the building itself to minimize the environmental impact. The protected iron floors of the building served as an inspiration for a reproduction of the industrial atmosphere throughout the premises.
Workery+ Vallila offers workspaces for operators of all sizes. The building consists of open lobby space with café, lunch restaurant, project and meeting rooms, common working spaces, and quiet, soundproofed workspaces. A professional webcast studio is one example of the curated services that Workery+ Vallila offers. Workery+ Vallila is a co-working space truly designed to meet the needs of the new changed ways of working with a help of smart and innovative technologies.