Artists, Work & Attend Sessions At This Space That Looks Right Out Of The Hills

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The Thinking Wheel is a co-working space mostly targeted towards artists who can work on their projects, network and even host/participate in the in-house workshops here. The best part? It's cosy, has a happy, hill vibe and is run by the coolest bunch of people.

Great For

Inspiration, networking and co-working. It's good for both artists and non-artists (pick up a skill or two, maybe?). 

What Makes It Awesome

The Thinking Wheel's located in the most unlikely of spaces - on the top floor of a Patanjali building. It also seems out of place in the residential area of Mayur Vihar because it could easily be mistaken for a space in the hills.

Almost everything at this place is upcycled (see the walls made out of recycled doors?!) and created by the founders (from the roof to the seating). For a large part, it's a space for artists, started by artists - Jileesh, Shraddha and Puja - and also, run with help from artists, Vineeth and Bharat.

The co-working also doubles up as a venue for workshops (think pottery, painting and more) and they're even open to screening movies. A comfy seating space, a DIY kitchen for you to whip up a quick meal and Wifi... The Thinking Wheel's got everything you need to get your work done. 

What Could Be Better

For someone who's not used to taking stairs, the climb all the way to the fourth floor could be tough. But hey, say yes to anything that makes you fitter and better, right? 

Also, it might get super hot during the months of May/June but if it's any solace, they've got a giant air cooler that keeps the place matka-like cool. 


Be sure to call them before you drop by (you'll need help with directions) and check out their FB page/Instagram to stay updated with all their workshops. 

Price: Starting at INR 300/day, INR 1500/week and INR 5000/month for co-working. 


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