Eclau: Opening a Coworking Space in Lausanne, Switzerland

Coworking Move 9I’m thrilled to announce that we are currently moving into our new coworking space, Eclau, in Lausanne, Switzerland. I’m Stephanie Booth, by the way. Here’s a post (in French) with some photos of today’s work. We have a wiki where I’m trying to get the other members to contribute too ;-).

The space will be opening next week (we’re getting the keys on Monday and then making a big hole in a wall, between two rooms).

We offer 3 types of membership:

  • Fixed: members have their own desk, 300 CHF/month (250 when paying six months in advance)
  • “Floating” (“Flying” in French, but it doesn’t translate well): members don’t have their own desk but use the common spaces, 150 CHF/month
  • “Nomad”: like “Floating”, but members can’t leave anything in the space, 100 CHF/month

There are currently 3 fixed members and 3 floating members signed up, plus myself, for a 112 m2 surface. We will be walling off part of the space in December to create a meeting room.

If ever you’re in Lausanne, please let us know (Twitter @eclau or just contact me) and drop in!

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2 Comments

  1. Posted November 8, 2008 at 11:24 am | Permalink

    Want to see more recent photos as the space evolves? Check out the ECLAU tag on Flickr.

  2. Posted November 27, 2008 at 2:47 am | Permalink

    great news! all the besto fron your neighbours in Milano, Italy!

    max/cowo milano


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