And roll on 2017, when hotel-style shared offices will be launched in London targeting adults bored of using super cool co-working spaces.
The founders of FORA are hoping to fill the gap between grey, grim offices and trendy shared co-working spaces complete with table-tennis and tantrums.
"If you think of the old office spaces of little cubicles they are like the sweat shop of the 21st century. Nobody wants to spend their life like that anymore," chief executive and former Deutsche Bank boss Enrico Sanna told London newspaper Evening Standard.
Okay, so there won't be ping-pong and a selection of pickles — but the new facilities will include a lobby, bar, yoga studio, boardroom and bike room
'T-Shirts Meet Suits'
Co-founder Katrina Larkin said: "Our vision is 'where the T-shirts meet the suits.' We are not afraid of having accountants or lawyers mixed up with the designers and the creatives," Ms. Larkin said.
Financial backers of the new service called FORA have reportedly bought eight buildings across London, spending almost US$495 million. A "h'office" hot desk will cost around US$588 per month.