How One Big Idea Led to an Innovative Co-working Solution

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As a freelancer and a master’s degree student at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design (M.C.P.), Christelle Rohaut found coffee shops too crowded, co-working spaces too expensive, and her own home too isolating. In 2016, on her daily commute home, she saw rows of overpacked coffee shops. 

“I also found it incredibly ironic that my living room was empty all day long,” said Rohaut.

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