Woolf Works Singapore

Singapore's New Coworking Space Dedicated To Nurturing Passionate Business Women

What’s the deal?

Why coworking?

Feel Connected.
Be part of a Community.
Collaborate with other business owners.
Separate home and work.

Why Women?

We love the passion and energy of a group of women working together.
We love sharing concerns with women who face the same struggles as us.
We are not anti-men, we are Pro-Women!

Why the name?

Woolf Works is named after Virginia Woolf, author of A Room of One’s Own (1929), in which she declared that women must have a space of their own to produce art. This is especially true for women today trying to perfect the art of business from their home office or living room.

Why choose us?

Choose to be inspired, supported, connected.
Choose to be more productive.
Choose to surround yourself with like-minded women.

Join Us

Dedicated Resident
Your own desk
Unlimited Access
$600 / month

Coworking Resident
Communal work tables
Unlimited Access
$500 / month

Citizen Woolf
Communal work tables
Standard business hours
3 days per week
$400 / month

Communal work tables
Standard business hours
2 days per week
$300 / month

Communal work tables
Standard business hours
1 day per week
$200 / month

Daily Desk
Communal work tables
One full day access to all facilities
$50 / day

Everyone has access to our facilities:

The Huddle

Woolf Works has a small meeting area that is free to use.

The Den

Our cozy upstairs work room makes for a relaxed coworking space and can also be booked as a workshop or meeting space for up to twenty people, or even as a photography studio by the hour.


Woolf Works provides free tea and (awesome) coffee and has a fridge and microwave.

Business tools

Woolf Work provides printing and scanning, and high speed wifi .


Lockers are available by the day and can also be rented by the month.

Learn more and sign up

Our space

We are nestled in the heart of Joo Chiat, close to a variety of awesome eateries, including the famous Long Phung Vietnamese restaurant directly across the road; and The Bread Project downstairs which sends dangerously good smells wafting up our staircase every morning!



Michaela Anchan

Michaela is from New Zealand, arriving in Singapore via Mumbai and South Korea in 2011. She is mum to two kids – and the frustration of trying to work while they were around eventually drove her to set up Woolf Works in 2014. She loves the supportive entrepreneur community in Singapore and hopes Woolf Works will add a new angle to the Singapore scene through its focus on women.


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