THE BEST BARS FOR COWORKING IN MILAN — 11 ADDRESSES TO WORK IN FOR THE PRICE OF AN ESPRESSO

Zone by zone, this is your guide to the best locations to grab a coffee and get to work on your laptop, Wifi and design environments included, of course

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More and more of us have taken to the mobile office, where all you need is a desk, wifi, and a cup of espresso to start working on those deadlines. And yet, it can seem like finding a needle in a haystack sometimes. Whether you’re looking for a place to recharge your phone during Fuorisalone, work away from home, or just finish a project with classmates or colleagues, coworking bars are a great resource for the go-getter, well, on the go.

With countless designers and journalists making their way to the city in occasion for the Milan Design Week, we’ve mapped out all the best spots, zone by zone, for coworking in Milan.

So grab a seat, a coffee, and a “brioche” as they say in Milan, it’s time to get to work.

Coworking Milan — Central Station

Pavé, via Felice Casati 27

Pavé is a local bakery that, beyond your typical tarts and millefoglie, also offers tables, outlets (and power strips), comfy armchairs, and daily newspapers. Tables are shared and it's a much-loved locale, so get there early!

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Coworking Milan — Garibaldi

Da oTTo, via Paolo Sarpi 8

Da oTTo is the place for coffee, lunch, drinks, dinner, and of course, coworking. In nordic style with outdoor tables and plenty of greenery, this locale is also great for a bit of socializing in between work sessions.

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Moleskine Cafè, corso Garibaldi 65

Opening its doors in July, 2016, the classic book Cafè was revisited with a contemporary vision. It’s here that artists, designers, and writers stop for a break or to keep the creative juices flowing. If you don’t already have your own Moleskine notebook, you can pick one up here.

On the ground floor, there’s working space for up to 10 people with everything you could need, from outlets to pens and pencils with free unlimited Wifi.

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Coworking Milano Lambrate-Piola

Santeria, via privata Ettore Paladini 8

Santeria is more than a coworking space in Milan, it’s a bar/cafè with an internal courtyard hosting plenty of events and concerts. Check this place out for a real social club feel.

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Upcycle, via Andrea Maria Ampere 59

Upcycle, a cafè and coworking space celebrating the world of cycling and bicycles. The interiors feature an industrial touch, almost like a mechanic's workshop. Don’t worry, connection is super fast and the menu is mostly organic.

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Coworking Milano Porta Romana

Coffice, viale Emilio Caldara, 1

Coffice, it seems like a simple cafè with Scandinavian furnishings, but it’s really a space designed for mobile workers. Pay by the hour and you’ll have access to coffee, breakfast, and a buffet of both everything salty and sweet.

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Piano C, via Simone d'Orsenigo 18

Piano C is much more than you typical coworking space. With spaces adapted for working, meetings, and even “time-saving services” like a dry cleaner and organic store. Those who don’t have a subscription can pay for one-day entry, taking advantage of the “cobaby” space, which looks after kids up to 10 years old.

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Cascina Cuccagna, via Cuccagna, angolo via Muratori 2/4

Cascina Cuccagna is also a coworking space with the added benefit of sitting among the courtyard, the agricultural market, the flower laboratory, and a restaurant with plenty of events. Get to work with free Wifi and outlets to charge up (even outside).

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Open, viale Montenero 6

Open is a space sprawling over 1000 square meters between the bookstore, cafè, and 40 spots for coworking that include printers, iPad, and available monitors. Obviously, Wifi is free

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Coworking a Milano Porta Ticinese

Verso, corso di Porta Ticinese 40

An independent bookstore with coffee, Wifi, and wine bar on two floors. The spaces for coworking, presentations, and meetings are great, but the incredible selection of books and graphic novels will have you coming back.

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Coworking Milano Sant’Ambrogio

Valà, via Daniele Crespi 14

Brioche that are both traditional and vegan, the tarts and the crescentina aren’t the only upside to this locale. With comfortable spaces reminiscent of a living room, the Wifi is free and a couch looks out to the street with outlets in reach.

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