Cabinette Valencia coworking space by Masquespacio Design

Creative capsule for like-minded people, inspiring souls and disruptive projects to come together and flourish, the Valencia coworking space, Cabinette, encourages innovation in a space filled with energy, good vibrations and a dashing design from a team familiar to regular readers of this page.

With We Heart favorites, Masquespacio, in charge of design, the team applied a “sexy, luxury and fun” concept to this inspired coworking project in the La Fuensanta district of Valencia.

Sexy here means a stimulating space that nods to the ’60s, with bespoke velvet furniture, telephone booths and vintage curtains. The philosophy is undoubtedly clear: Members should leave stereotypes and clichés at the front door. Therefore, Cabinette Valencia is a place for those who wish to escape conventional spaces. A coworking platform for those who want to surround themselves with charisma and other lovers of culture and design.

From daily rates to weekly and monthly subscriptions, there is something for all budgets and all tastes here. With services including three meeting rooms, a community swimming pool, an outdoor terrace and a walk-in closet with shower, Cabinette blurs the lines between work and leisure. Creative ideas can strike any time of the day, in any setting. Masquespacio’s playful approach means Cabinette members can find the perfect balance and make the most of their creative spirit.

A design-led space that fully adheres to current COVID protocols while providing a platform for creative get-togethers and casual get-togethers, Cabinette Valencia is a coworking space that can make ‘real work’ a myth. Inspired. Innovative. Masquespacio is back in force.


Valence Cabinet
Valence Cabinet
Cabinette Valencia coworking space by Masquespacio Design

Cabinette Valencia Coworking Photography, Luis Beltran.

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