In a recent opportunity, we complete a test fit of a full office building floor, reimagined as a co-working space that could be utilized by all the tenants in the building, or their clients, on an as-needed basis. The floor, divided into five suites sized between 1,750 and 3,200 square feet, has a combination of shared glass-faced office, meeting, and collaborative spaces. Open seating is provided in a range of styles: lounge seats along the windows, high-top tables, and hoteling bench desks. End walls in each suite are designed for the integration of projection, glass marker boards, or graphics. The loop corridor of the building links the five suites to a shared larger conferencing and meeting lounge space with AV and the capacity to host more significant events for the building occupants. Day to day this shared amenity space functions as a large meeting room and “coffee bar” for all the occupants. Flexibility and the re-envisioning of how people work today are vital to the success of new workplaces with mobile employees who require flexible spaces to land and plug in as they work in today’s ever-evolving work environment. This project examined the changing landscape of work and opportunities for traditional office buildings to adapt and be agiler.