Coworking Spaces in Oslo

Seeing as Oslo is DeskVibe’s home town — it only makes sense that we make a definitive guide to the coworking spaces and different networks that exist here. There is one other post that exists about this, but we must admit it’s a little old and does not encompass the full ecosystem.

Coworking Spaces / Startup Spaces


657 is one of Oslo’s first coworking spaces and the first that focused specifically on the creative and communications community. The team works closely to foster a strong community within its coworkers and offer more than just workspace. They offer a number of flex and fixed desk memberships as well as offices.

Contact Info
Fredensborgveien 24D, 0177, Oslo
+47 926 03 900

Avd. Frysja [Closed April 2017]

This is a creative space that has both workspace and production facilities. With a full photo studio and kitchen available for production and events, they aim to be a place for creative and innovative work and creation. They also pride themselves on being located near the beautiful (and inspiring) Norwegian forest, Nordmarka.

Contact Info
Frysjaveien 42, 0884, Oslo
+47 911 45 129


At its core, Bitraf is a makerspace. As an extension of their membership services they offer offices with 24/7 access to their machines and facilities.

Contact Info
Pløens Gate 4, 0181 Oslo (near Youngstorget)

BI Coworking

Located in the business school, BI, this coworking space is a student-led initiative. In addition to their workspace, they host a number of events and workshops to help student-entrepreneurs drive their ideas forward.

Contact Info
Nydalsveien 37, 0484 Oslo


This self proclaimed coworking, kitchen and event space has just opened its doors in spring2017. The community is focused on urban farming and green innovation. Memberships range from lounge, flex-desks to offices.

Contact Info
Schweigaardsgate 34c, 0191 Oslo
+47 986 92 042


This space was originally opened by a production designer and architect in 2014 and has since grown into a thriving production and coworking space. They offer various desk memberships and offices and have CNC and laser cutting equipment available for use.

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Frysjaveien 40, 0885, Oslo

Oslo House of Innovation

Oslo House of Innovation was started and is managed in partnership with Startup Norway to continue nurturing the startup ecosystem in and around Oslo. The space strives to forge connections between startups and investors by providing a variety of desks, offices and meeting rooms, as well as event space.

Contact Info
Skippergata 22, 0154 Oslo
+47 976 07 456

Oslo International Hub

OIH has three locations in central Oslo. They offer event and meeting space in addition to a number of private office options, fixed desks and hot-desk coworking. As their name suggests, they are focused on connecting their community with each other and internationals to support growth.

Contact Info
Oscars Gate 27, 0352, Oslo

Oslo Media House

As its name suggests, this space is targeted towards professionals working in media, digital solutions, design and/or have a similar background. They have a number of fixed and flexible desk solutions as well as meeting and event space — they also have a great terrace right downtown!

Contact Info
Skippergata 26, 0154 Oslo


Mesh was one of the first coworking spaces in Oslo and has recently started expanding to larger facilities in Oslo and beyond. It is focused on the startup community and offers event space and different levels of memberships to access their offices, desks and community.

Contact Info
Tordenskiolds gate 3, 0160 Oslo
+47 919 01 773

Simula Garage (Gründergarasjen)

This space is a free resource to entrepreneurs pursuing projects in information and communications technologies. Located in Fornebu, the office is in the center of Oslo’s IT and telecommunications neighborhood. Those interested in joining the Simula community must apply and be selected in order to use the space.

Contact Info
Martin Linges vei 25, 1364 Fornebu

Spaces (coming August 2017)

Spaces is an international coworking company that is opening its doors in downtown Oslo very soon.

Contact Info
Tollbugata 8 A and B, 0152 Oslo, Norway
+47 23 96 41 41


Located within the walls of their sister-company, Sentralen, SoCentral is a community focused on social change and entrepreneurship. In the historic building, they offer a variety of memberships, meeting rooms and event spaces.

Contact Info
Øvre Slottsgate 3 AS, Postboks 183, 0154 Oslo 
+47 907 87 982


Located in Oslo Science Park near the University of Oslo campus, their community is focused on tech startups. They offer a number of desk and office options as well as networking opportunities to their vast network of corporates and alumni.

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Gaustadalleen 21, 0349, Oslo

The Kasbah Hub

This one of Oslo’s newer coworking spaces located near the Grunerløkka neighborhood. It is still growing and home to a variety of industry professionals. They offer a number of flexible memberships and a meeting space.

Contact Info
Waldemar Thranesgate 72, 0175, Oslo

Tøyen Startup Village

This local coworking space has big goals. They’re driven to put the Tøyen neighborhood of Oslo on the map as a tech hub — Oslo’s own little Silicon Valley if you will. In terms of workspace, they offer coworking and studios for members to bump elbows with other startupers and corporates alike.

Contact Info
Hagegata 23, 0652, Oslo
+47 990 40 551


WorkHouse is a coworking space that brings communities of startups, freelancers, small businesses and traveling professionals together in one of their many downtown locations. Their philosophy — Work Happy.

Contact Info
Bogstadveien 27B, 0355, Oslo
+47 22 44 80 80

“Other” Communities

Why put an “other” category? Because these are strong, focused communities that may or may not offer workspace but have their special something to share.

Blank Space Oslo: An ambitious creative space in Oslo that works in countless aspects of visual art and design community.

Fellesverkstedet It is a simple concept. It is about the infrastructure everyone needs to get their ideas out into the physical world.

The Factory — where innovative startups join forces with mentors, investors and corporate partners! They organize the FintechFactory and InsurtechFactory accelerator programs.

Hackeriet is a hackerspace in Oslo. Hackerspaces are community-operated physical places, where people share their interest in tinkering with technology, meet and work on their projects, and learn from each other.

House of Nerds An eventhouse specialized in gaming, e-sports and technology. Nerd or not, all are welcome.

Corporate Spaces & Places


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