La Villa des Champs was inaugurated on October 7 by Keeze
Forced to moderate its ambitions in the face of the crisis, Keeze is moving forward again with a strategic inauguration, a stone’s throw from the Champs-Élysées. Having arrived on the coworking market in 2017, this French player is thus pursuing its path on a roadmap that is ambitious, to say the least, since it foresees a hundred new spaces by 2025. And even if it means going back to the drawing board, Keeze has opted for a prime location for business customers, setting up shop on rue de la Boétie, in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. Inaugurated on October 7th, the Villa des Champs, the name of this new space, intends to promote a setting sheltered from the eyes and the bustle of the Champs-Élysées, while adjoining the “most beautiful avenue in the world”.
The Villa des Champs is made up of three spaces: the Annex, the Pavilion and the Residence.
The Villa des Champs is made up of three atypical spaces: the Pavilion with its vintage decor, the Annex with its central glass roof, and on the top floor, the Residence, which is designed for confidential and intimate meetings. All of this is complemented by a vast private courtyard of 100 m².
Designed by the co-founder of Keeze, Emilie Roblot, the Villa des Champs is both eco-responsible and versatile, with, for example, yoga classes organised under the glass roof of the Annexe, or this “dark kitchen” entrusted to the chef Jennifer Hart Smith. Accessible from 8am to 10pm, the new Keeze space is also available on request during the weekend.
This new coworking space brings to nine the number of sites under the Keeze brand in the capital. ” We remain focused on Paris,” testified Shaun Nelson, the brand’s CEO, last spring. ” We are planning to open an additional 1,500 square meters and within three years we will open a hundred spaces,” he added.
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