Toronto-based Carly Nemtean and Rocco Verrilli of Carriage Lane Design Build understand how tough working in design can be. With most running their business from home, there is little opportunity to connect with other members of the design community to collaborate in real life. That is why the duo launched The Collective Workspace, a coworking space dedicated to interior designers, architects and builders. “I want them to feel at home,” says Carly. “I want them to explore with their eyes, their touch, and feel inspired and motivated to design!”
The 13,000-square-foot space was renovated in just six months — impressive when you see the attention to detail that went into this buzzy new hub. Whimsical wallpaper, fresh foliage and luxurious textures turn every corner into an Instagram-worthy backdrop. Now accepting new members, the coworking space has social distancing measures in place to ensure safety for everyone.
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Author: Victoria Christie
Carly Nemtean & Rocco Verrilli, Carriage Lane Design Build