A co-working space located in Downtown, San Diego, the historic YMCA building is the location for this project, mainly looking at the west half of the first floor that consists of a co-working space and a local coffee shop. Because it is located in one of the busiest areas of the city, the YMCA building welcomes hundreds of individuals every day, and with this, the design concept of the space promotes a sense of excitement, playfulness, and fun while workers are accommodated. The space is divided into numerous parts that include a small cafe with a separate entrance, a gallery, a drop in area that sits 14 people, a desk area that sits 25 people, one small and one large conference room, a small social area, a kitchen, and a courtyard in the middle of the building that connects all the spaces. Numerous patterns are seen throughout the space. The colors used are mostly vibrant, ranging from a variety of hues, such as ivy green, canary yellow, dusty pink, and a few hints of orange and berry. Materials used for flooring include marble, wood, and carpet. Copper is also seen throughout the space to add a taste of luxury to the design. Numerous windows and glass walls are incorporated to bring natural light in and blur the boundaries between inside and outside. With this, the design promotes a fun and interactive atmosphere that surely brings people in.