Interns Explore Nebula: A Study of Entrepreneurial Decor

We here at the Skandalaris Center hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable Independence Day weekend!  The interns enjoyed a well deserved day off (along with the rest of us) but are back at it this Friday.  

On Friday, June 26 the interns traveled to Cherokee Street.  We kicked the day off at Nebula Coworking where the interns had the opportunity to explore and have their executive summaries reviewed by in house entrepreneurs.  

Rising junior, Paulina Gallagher, who is working with Clear to Launch this summer has noticed a trend amongst the coworking spaces in town so she decided to write a blog post about it.  And here it is!

As the Skandalaris Interns have toured various co-working spaces, we have noticed they all have something in common: their hip décor. Nebula, however, takes the cake for having the most interesting decorations in their space. During breaks in between tours and helpful brainstorming sessions, a few of us decided to document the beautiful space. Here are my favorite artifacts and art that I found in Nebula in the Cherokee Street District . . .

(Thank you to my fellow Skandalaris Interns for serving as excellent models.)

Vintage Pinball Machine

Vintage Pinball Machine

Hand-Painted Steve Jobs Mural

Hand-Painted Steve Jobs Mural

Vintage Optometry Chair from the 1920s

Vintage Optometry Chair from the 1920s

Vintage Telephone Booth

Vintage Telephone Booth

Hand Painted Nebula Mural

Hand Painted Nebula Mural

Painted Hallway

Painted Hallway

Vintage Couch

Vintage Couch

Ornate Posters

Ornate Posters (from an in-house Graphic Designer of course!)