Photo tour: The Village — An African-themed co-working space for creatives

by | Dec 6, 2017

Earlier this year, we brought you news about online freelancing platform, Asuqu raising a seed fund from local investors. Almost 11 months after, they have launched The Village, an African themed co-working space for creatives, entrepreneurs and small businesses.

Situated in the Alagomeji, Yaba area of Lagos, The Village joins an ever-growing list of co-working spaces in the city. Following this development, we stopped by the new space, with R. Josh Musah (CEO) as our tour guide.

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R. Josh Musah — Chief Executive Officer, The Village

What we have done is to create a co-working space that is local, creative and has an urban feel at the same time. — Josh Musah

The Reception


The Open Work Area

Co-working Space for teams

Meeting room


The Kitchen

Lounge Area


And some familiar pieces on the wall

Do you think your office space is cooler? Invite us to take a tour through our lens.

Adewale Yusuf
Adewale Yusuf

Co-founder & Publisher of Interested in: Technology | Media | Startup | Education | Africa.

Twitter: @AdewaleYusuf_

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