Eco community ‘play:space Cluj’ launches co-working space

play:space Cluj

Cluj-Napoca is now home to ‘play:space Cluj’, Romania’s first and only urban eco community centre. The pioneering initiative encourages everyone to take a proactive stance on sustainability and climate change, whether it’s in their personal lives, organisations, or businesses.

The founder, Jonathan Melhuish, a British expat, was inspired by similar projects he'd been a part of in England. He recognised a crucial need for such a platform for eco action in Romania and took the lead to turn his vision into a reality. His dream was for more than just a community centre; he wanted to create an eco-lifestyle experience; a blend of green business and eco-conscious living.

play:space is a platform for supporting others to take action, but is also ​​an ‘eco’ business in itself, living its philosophy by offering sustainable services: co-living rooms, space for events and workshops, and the latest addition, a coworking space.

This newest venture aims to provide a warm, friendly work environment to everyone –  irrespective of whether their work is directly eco-oriented or not. This co-working space is not just a place to get your work done, it’s also a hub to network and connect with like-minded individuals.

Their homely event space is available to rent by the hour, and is ideal for workshops, dance, social gatherings and other similar events.

Founding member, Jonathan explaining the play:space project & vision.

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