The Best Co-Working Spaces in Copenhagen

While co-working spaces have been popular in Copenhagen for a number of years, they’ve reached new heights of popularity thanks to the normalisation of more flexible working situations.

Co-working spaces in Copenhagen offer meeting rooms, desks, and areas to lounge. There are often cafes or snack bars, and always (always!) coffee. Most co-working spaces can be rented for either a day or long-term. Depending on the co-working space, you may even be able to rent your own office room.

The co-working spaces of this city tend to be beautifully-decorated and filled with Scandinavian design. So whether you’re looking for a place to hold a board meeting, an area with a desk where you can work a few times per week with colleagues, or just a few hours alone with your laptop, there’s a co-working space in Copenhagen that suits your needs.

Here are the best co-working spaces in Copenhagen:

List Marker: Number 1Soho House Copenhagen

The quickly-growing co-working space and members club Soho House has come to Copenhagen from July 2022. The location, at the old customs house right on the water, could not be more charming. Like Soho Houses around the world, the one in Copenhagen offers co-working, social spaces, events, and meeting rooms. There are also two bars, Italian restaurant Club Cecconi’s, and an outdoor terrace.


Soho House Copenhagen

Havnegade 44
1058 København K



List Marker: Number 2Nomad Workspace

Housed in a former prison and courthouse in Nørrebro, a northern borough of the city, Nomad is one of the best looking co-working spaces in the city – from the outside in. Originally built in 1858 by famed Danish architect M.G. Bindesbøll (he also designed Thorvaldsen’s Museum), the building was re-designed as a co-working space by Natalia Sanchez.

Filled with stunning design and small lounge spaces, Nomad space offers a number of different membership options. From flexible desk space to private offices, there are many ways to use the co-working space. You can also host events, hold meetings, or enjoy the cafe.



Nomad Workspace

Blegdamsvej 6
2200 København N

Opening Hours
Mon – Fri 8:00 am – 5:00 pm



List Marker: Number 3Talent Garden Rainmaking

If you’re looking for a co-working space that caters specifically to the tech and start-up world, Talent Garden Rainmaking is the place for you. Talent Garden offers private offices, event space, and meeting rooms.

Located in the waterfront Holmen neighborhood, Talent Garden hosts around 300 people over three floors; it’s a busy office and the atmosphere is always buzzy.

Unlike most co-working spaces in Copenhagen, Talent Garden offers 24/7 access to its members.


Talent Garden Rainmaking

Danneskiold-Samsøes Allé 41
1434 København K

Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri 8:30 am – 3:00 pm



List Marker: Number 4Matrikel 1 – Mesh Community

Want a co-working space that looks like a high-end corporate office but operates with the energy of a start-up? That’s Matrike 1!. Located in the centre of the city in a beautiful historic, but totally renovated, building.

There are a handful of membership options, including flexible co-working, a fixed desk space, or a private office. There are always lots of social and networking events to attend. There’s even access to mentorship and other business advice.


Matrikel 1 – Mesh Community

Højbro Pl. 10
200 København K

Opening Hours:
Mon – Weds 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Thurs & Fri: 9:00 am – 9:00 pm



List Marker: Number 5Republikken

Situated in Vesterbro, near the central train station, Republikken is one of Copenhagen’s first co-working spaces. It is a co-working space for both people who just need a desk for a day, as well as those who want to rent office space in an ongoing way.

If you’re in the city for a few days and need a space to work from, Rebpulikken is a great option; you’ll be in a central location, you can enjoy snacks and coffee, and you’ll be surrounded by others working in the same way.



Vesterbrogade 26
1620 København V

Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri 8:00 am – 5:00 pm



List Marker: Number 6Zoku Copenhagen

With locations in Amsterdam, Vienna, Paris, and now Copenhagen, Zoku is a hybrid space that includes co-working, hotel, restaurant, and events.

The co-working services include a co-working pass that offers shared desk space and private work lofts. The lofts are hotel rooms that can be rented by individuals or groups for the day and up to a month in order to have a quiet space to work.

Zoku offers a great brunch on the rooftop; the perfect treat on the weekend!




Zoku Copenhagen

Amagerfælledvej 108
2300 København Ø



List Marker: Number 7Symbion

Symbion is the biggest co-working community in Copenhagen, with a number of locations that cater to a variety of needs. Many of their locations are for businesses only, but some include co-working and hot-desk options.

The Symbion co-working space in Østerbro is a space that caters to start-ups and entrepreneurs, with companies in the fields of IT, tech, foodtech, biotech, MedTech, hardware, software, and SaaS. There are office spaces as well as hot desks.

Univate Njalsgade is situated on Islands Brygge and offers space to innovative brands or individuals in the fields of AI, IoT, game, and blockchain.

Lyden Hus in Vesterbro is focused on music, culture, and podcasts, with a number of recording studios that can be rented out.

All of these spaces include meeting rooms and lounge areas, as well as kitchens.





Fruebjergvej 3
2100 København Ø

Univate Njalsgade by Symbion

KU Søndre Campus 3
Njalsgade 76
2300 København S

Lydens Hus

Gl. Kongevej 11-13
1610 København V

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Rebecca Thandi Norman

Rebecca Thandi Norman is a co-founder and Editor-in-Chief at Scandinavia Standard.