- Le Malin opened its doors on November 1, 2021.
- Le Malin is an elevated, shared workspace for ambitious and design-conscious people.
- Le Malin is located in the Soho district of New York.
New York, New York – The Malin, an elevated shared workspace for ambitious and design-minded individuals, opens its doors to members on Mercer Street on November 1, 2021. Defying the typical expectations of common workspaces, The Malin leads by example with a thoughtful but flexible design and superior craftsmanship, which promotes different ways of working.
As relationships at work have evolved after the pandemic, The Malin is able to provide a space where members can work outside of their homes, without losing any of the luxury of comfort or convenience, in a space that inspires them. Members will be surrounded by noble and luxurious materials, balanced by a vibrant color palette that infuses warmth and unpretentious, uplifting energy into the space.
Le Malin provides an ambitious environment at the center of the city’s cultural scene, with functional on-site services to ensure members and their work come first. Flexible membership options, organized amenities, and specialized access to local businesses and services are offered to highlight the Evil One as the ultimate space for members to work hard and efficiently.
With the custom-designed mobile app, members have a direct line to The Malin and can access the space via keyless entry, book conference rooms and private video booths, and more. Special services, such as weekly dry cleaning pickup / drop-off and mail and package handling, will be available to alleviate some of the tedious chores of daily life. Completely unique to The Malin, members will have access to an exclusive executive assistant service to run same-day errands in the surrounding neighborhood of The Malin and assist with their business administrative tasks.
Malin co-founders Charlie Robinson (former senior vice president of the United States for coworking pioneer Servcorp) and Ciaran McGuigan (CEO of Bernard Thomas Brands) enlisted a network of senior executives from Soho House to lead marketing and operations to ensure scalability.
âWe wanted The Malin to be a beautiful and functional space that is the perfect place to work. During the pandemic, I envisioned what it would take to inspire people to want to return to their workplace, and I knew it should be in an exciting neighborhood, with various areas that promoted different ways of working, with a comfortable and inviting, yet elevated design. From there the Evil One was born, âsays McGuigan.
âIt had to be inspiring and functional, where someone can accomplish a quick task or a long-term project with equal ease,â adds Robinson. âWe’re also right in the cultural heart of downtown New York City, where members can then tour galleries, restaurants and shops and get the most of the city.â
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Governed by the theme of thinking small with big impact, the boutique’s shared workspace has been carefully designed so that the most sociable spaces such as the kitchen, reception and living room are away from offices and living rooms. quieter work. Common work areas are then divided into smaller spaces to further reduce noise or distractions. For people who want total silence, the library room is also available.
The furniture and fabric arrangements consist of dark mohair and bold patterned fabrics to give the space a warm feel, depth and uniqueness at the same time. The goal was to make The Malin subtly refined while still being very comfortable. All custom furniture has charging outlets so customers are never more than a few steps away from being able to plug in a laptop or device.
Eames Soft Pad office chairs, solid oak desks, recycled crystal dividers, rare marble countertops, solid brass hardware and other design elements from Roll & Hill, Flos, Matter objects, Reinaldo Sanguino for The Future Perfect and Calico Wallpaper permeate the space. A curated art collection is also included, as well as a monthly article from the art e-commerce site PLATFORM supported by David Zwirner.
Also in the space, members will be offered a variety of free drinks from Sanzo, Ruby Hibiscus Water, Parlor Coffee and House of Waris tea. Members will also have access to The Malin Shop, a small retail component featuring items from local businesses such as Gossamer, Cinnamon Projects, selected works of Aperture, and items for the Pith House as quick giveaways for local people. customers or friends.
Located on the third floor of a classic Soho apartment building, the 8,700 square foot loft offers members a refined escape from the home office with high ceilings, large mezzanine windows, and spacious workspaces. With interiors created by creative duo Jean Morana and Jordan Trinci-Lyne in collaboration with Fettle Design, every aspect of The Malin is meticulously crafted to inspire and ensure members have everything they need right at their fingertips.
Le Malin offers a total of 38 dedicated offices and 3 private office spaces of different sizes, 3 conference rooms, 4 private video booths and various workspaces and lounges, as well as a barista kitchen. Memberships are available on a monthly and annual basis, as well as daily memberships allowing flexibility for travelers and locals. Memberships and day passes are granted on a first come, first served basis, as space permits.
About the Evil One
Le Malin is a flexible workspace with superior craftsmanship and carefully selected equipment designed to keep members working wonderfully. Located in New York’s Soho neighborhood, the 8,700-square-foot loft offers members a place where they can focus on getting their jobs done and then immerse themselves in the heart of the downtown cultural scene. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., with extended hours for private offices and members with a dedicated office. Memberships are available on a first come, first served basis.
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