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Bored Of Office? Work Out Of This Chic New Space In The CBD Instead

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Working solo or with a compact team, so don’t want to splurge on an office? Axilor Transit is the latest co-working space to hit Bangalore, and the LBB Crew went to check it out.

Keeping It Central

Having worked out of dynamic co-working spots in the city when LBB Bangalore was but a wee baby {we’re nearly two now, you see!}, we couldn’t decline the invitation to work out of Axilor Transit, the newest kid of the co-working block. Smack in the centre of all the action, this one is on Commissariat Road, between Bangalore Central and Garuda Mall — perfect to have a stylish address and host meetings at, eh?
Set up to look like an edgy industrial space, most of the furniture is unfinished wood, with table tops sports that natural marked and knotted look. Swivel chairs, pretty sofas {right out of Downton Abbey} and long, sharing tables like in a pub, make up the work stations. Smartly though, all the fixtures are movable so they can easily shuffle things around to suit your needs. All the tables had build in charging points so you won’t need to worry about wires running all over the desk or floor.

Work-Play Balance

Wire shelves divide the entire office, with pretty indoor plants, board games and stationery, breaking the office flow. It’s really like a chic, studio apartment rather than a work space. With a large community room that works well for large meetings or events on one corner and a large conference room {which also has a folding door in the middle to split the room into two smaller meeting rooms} on the other, you could even just book them out if you want to impress at a meeting. We’re looking at all you start-ups looking for investors — call them here! But the best part of this place is that it’s surrounded by trees. So when you need a break from your computer, just look out. It’s peaceful and so beautiful, you’ll forget you are in CBD.

Come lunch time, while they don’t have any in-house facility, they do have a little kitchenette where you can unwind and eat lunch on picnic tables and benches. Plus, a coffee machine for that caffeine kick. Since it’s in the centre of town, proper restaurants, food courts and kiosks are not too far.


It’s housed in the massive Sobha Pearl building that also has a ICICI Bank. This means that parking is limited, and is on the first-come-first-served basis.