Upon arrival, we were greeted by the friendly Loosecubes team outside their shipping container office located just near the entrance of the Dekalb Market. Freelancers from all disciplines were already hard at work inside at the communal tables. Members can work indoors, or take advantage of the nice weather and work from two picnic tables shaded with umbrellas.
The Dekalb Market does have free Wi-Fi, but Loosecubes members enjoy their own private networks, making life easier for bloggers (like us) who need to upload content throughout the day. The picnic tables are reserved, so the lunch crowd won’t take over, and the networks are limited to five users, making the connection fast and seamless.
Rather than sitting in a quiet coffee shop, Loosecubes members can socialize and network with other freelancers, while getting work done. The culinary delights of the Dekalb Market are just a few steps away, including a vegan and free juice counter, and of course readily available coffee by Joe.
The best part of Loosecubes? It’s free! Members can sign up on their website, and request a seat for coworking.
Inhabitat readers can jump the waiting line, by signing up to become a member on this special link. Sign up and start changing the way you work!
Photos ©Lori Zimmer for Inhabitat