Five Broadway Lessons for Fixing Office Life

A room at Neuehouse, a collective organization of work spaces and common spaces for entrepreneurs and "solopreneurs" in New York Photograph by Evan Sung/The New York Times/Redux

Architect and designer David Rockwell is renowned for three decades of work across industries ranging from the hospitality business (including Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Hotel, W Hotels, and Nobu) to the theater (including set designs for recent Tony Award-winning productions Kinky Boots and Lucky Guy). His latest project will open this month: Neuehouse, a shared working space located in a fully restored, century-old building in Manhattan. Marketed as a “private-membership work collective” for “solopreneurs,” Neuehouse spans 35,000 square feet over five floors and is intended for workers in such fields as fashion, design, technology, and publishing.

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