Coworking Space and Cluster Spatial Relations in the Context of Jakarta City Spatial Structure

W. Huliana, E. Ellisa

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Abstract

Y generations, or better known as the millennials, are currently the most significant addition in work place. Globalization and industry 4.0 development are the biggest external factors that shaped their character. Both of them has changed the way millennials live as a part of the society. This characters are reflected in the work place in a form of collaborative work. It is becomes the main reason why coworking spaces are now a global trend. Coworking spaces exist as a manifestation of millenials adaptation in occupying work place. With its shared-knowledge based system as the main concept, coworking spaces need a certain proximity with one another. It has an impact on coworking spaces distribution that tends to concentrated in a certain area, particularly in existing industrial cluster. This phenomenon is often called agglomeration economies or spatial clustering. The emergence of coworking space and the phenomenon of agglomeration are most likely occured simultaneously in urban environment. It is also occurred in Jakarta. However, it is still in its early development compared to Silicon Valley. Reflect on that successful cluster and based on current development studies on agglomeration economies, this paper will discuss about coworking space and cluster agglomeration process, relation, and potential capacity which will be integrated with Jakarta spatial structure current condition. The results will indicate the city structure adaptation towards cluster development and give depiction to foresee its future development possibilities.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012015
JournalIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Volume396
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 11 Dec 2019
Event2nd International Conference on Smart City Innovation - Semarang, Indonesia
Duration: 9 Oct 2019 → …

Keywords

  • Cluster spasial
  • Coworking space
  • Jakarta city
  • Millenials

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