At many of London’s eateries, it’s not uncommon to see hungry patrons clamoring for a table during the 6 o’clock dinner rush. But during the day, the restaurants often sit idle, bereft of crowds. Seeing an opportunity within this lull in the day, Northeastern graduate Van Sharma hatched an idea.
What if these spaces didn’t need to sit empty for half the day? What if they could be repurposed for other uses during periods of downtime, he thought, to provide a workspace for the entrepreneurs and freelancers who call London home?