Co-living network Outsite has joined forces with Zoku to offer members access to co-working apartments across Europe. Marisa Cannon reports

Global co-living network Outsite has launched a partnership with Dutch co-working hotel brand Zoku, allowing its 5,000-strong network of members the chance to book into the hotel brand’s range of home-office apartments.

The collaboration gives Outsite members access to more than 500 modular lofts in Zoku’s European hubs of Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Paris and Vienna, offering digital nomads accommodation that is designed specifically for longer stays, productivity and socialising.

The cost of an annual Outsite membership is US$149 and includes access to members-only spaces around the world, monthly deals and introductions to other members.Zoku x Outsite

Woman working in Zoku lobby spaceHans Meyer, co-founder and managing director at Zoku, says: “This partnership is a testament to our shared vision of a world where work and life are not only balanced, but also integrated.

“We’re excited to host Outsite members at all of our four Zoku locations in across Europe, showcasing why these are some of the world’s most liveable cities to even more people.”

Woman reading in Zoku Loft apartmentOutsite members will be able to access a range of Zoku’s Lofts – modern apartments designed for living and working – alongside the brand’s rooftop Social Spaces, which include co-working, a restaurant, bar, meeting rooms and terrace.

Members will also be able to enjoy discounts, reward credits, and special offers for longer stays, while Zoku’s on-site Community Managers are charged with building enticing event programmes throughout the year aimed at bringing together both Zoku residents and locals.

CEO and founder of Outsite, Emmanuel Guisset, says: “This partnership embodies our commitment to redefining the future of work, while providing our members with the opportunity to stay in Zoku’s design-led spaces in four new cities.”