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Balancing Work and Life: The Founding of a Co-Working Space

PRESENTED ON MAY 08, 2018
IN VANCOUVER @ VOL 45

Andrea and Stella met in architecture school and later developed a co-working space that enables them and others to achieve the best work-life balance. Follow their journey and hear their insights into work, family, and happiness. 

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Space Follows Life Follows Space

BY ARCHIGRAPHUS MARKUS+JOACHIM
@ VOL 20 ON NOV 20, 2013

Markus Ulrich and Joachim Schmidt are the creative duo behind Archigraphus, a unique architecture company that is all about reflection, analysis, and reinventing the space around you. 

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Office Space With a Soul

BY MA MO
@ VOL 5 ON MAY 22, 2015

Matt Morrison shares why he created A Space Manila, a co-working space that's not Regus, not Starbucks, and not an office without a soul.

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Work Life Balance of a Baby Boomer

BY JOE BOUCHER
@ VOL 14 ON AUG 27, 2015

Joe Boucher and his wife started their law careers simultaneously, raised a family together and somehow figured out how to balance it all. Joe will talk about how he made this balance a life priority.

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My Life: The Balancing Act

BY LANE MANNING
@ VOL 14 ON AUG 27, 2015

A quick examination of how Lane Manning and his family maintain a work-life balance through the ever changing litany of individual schedules, school, activities, work, family obligations, etc. He will explain "TRY, ADJUST, COLLABORATE and EXECUTE," which are the steps he uses to continually remind himself to always strive for balance.

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Impact Hub – Change the Way You Work

BY DIANA PEREIRA
@ VOL 17 ON MAY 18, 2016

Diana Pereira shares about a curated, vibrant community that combines the diversity of a collaborative working space where peers cross-fertilize and develop their ventures, with a source of meaningful content through thought-provoking events, innovation labs, incubation and facilitated conversations that matter. All within an inspiring space that offers a flexible and highly functional infrastructure to work, meet, learn and connect with the power of a global entrepreneurial community. Impact Hub Santa Barbara Inspires. Engages. Educates. Connects people to build businesses and organizations that create sustainable impact in our community.

Diana is a co-founder of the Impact Hub Santa Barbara and over the past 20 years has been involved in numerous startups and growing companies. She is the Founder of Balance Financial Management (a full service back-office consulting firm, www.balancefm.com), the Chief Compliance Officer of Morton Capital Management (a $1.4B investment advisor, www.mortoncapital.com) and serves as Board Treasurer of Wilderness Youth Project (www.wyp.org). Diana has a strong passion toward building social enterprises dedicated to realizing positive impact within our communities and abroad and is super excited about the launch of the Impact Hub in SB!

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Work Life Balance

BY INDU MAZUMDAR
@ VOL 6 ON FEB 19, 2017

Dr. Indu Mazumdar, professor of physical education, talks on work-life balance.

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Space - open & closed

BY SHARON HAWARD
@ VOL 9 ON MAR 08, 2018

Artist and curator Sharon Haward sheds a light on the incredible life and work of Modernist architect Eileen Gray. 

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Art and Practice: Creating a Shared Space

BY JAMIE SMITH
@ VOL 45 ON MAY 08, 2018

Jamie takes us through developing her own practice and starting a co-working space. 

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UWA IQX Space - Architecture & Design

BY JORDAN-ALICE FYFE
@ VOL 25 ON AUG 22, 2019

Lee Syminton - Architect

Lee talks about the project of UWA IQX space. An innovative co-working space where we hosted Vol.25 PechaKucha Perth. 

The Masonic Hall in Nedlands is owned by the University of Western Australia. The hall is refurnished to house UWA’s Innovation Quarter Exchange, Offices, meeting hall and boardroom. The project was won under a competition run by the University. The building is of heritage significance and has been designed with minimal impact on the original fabric. The project includes a new lift shaft to allow disabled access to the second floor, the renovation of the original masonic temple into a co-working space. Careful design and work with the State Heritage office have resulted in an exciting fresh and respectful project.