Neuehouse Madison Square 35,000 sq ft of space is a private workspace collective with social undertone opened in New York City on September 2013 spread across five floors with bespoke furniture designed with understanding of creative entrepreneur mind set and ways of communicating and functioning. An innovative concept of it’s time fusing private membership + workspace environments. Serving as Design Consultant for Rockwell Group Team, the approach to the interior design was to take ques and elements from both hospitality and residential space planning and aesthetic. Exposed brick, industrial lamps, wingback smoking chairs, kilim throw pillows, cowhide rugs, giant palm fronds sets the tone of contemporary boutique hotel. A magazine rack displays The Economist amid obscure literary journals, pricey art magazines, and the latest issue of Vogue. It’s eclectic chic. In some ways, Neuehouse embodies the natural progression in the new work style of young, affluent freelancers, consultants, and entrepreneurs. This new class of digital nomads can – and does – work from anywhere around the world. They're part of a new breed of professionals who travel in style, appreciate upscale environments, work remotely, and have no division between their personal and professional lives.