1 degree of separation
Every Grindist was recommended by another Grindist, so you’re surrounded by people who share your worldview.
High tech, low stress
Grind knows you from the moment you walk in the door. Flash your card at the Gallery and your portfolio appears, have a look into other Grind locations, and just rest easy that we’ve sweated all the details.
Work how you want, when you want
We’re as flexible as you are. Crank at a desk? Meet on a couch? Your choice.
From the LED lights, the cradle to cradle Vitra furniture, to the repurposed floors, Intelligentsia coffee or low flow faucets, everything at Grind is sustainable. Orange is the new green.
We’re in this together
We’re here to help you work friction free. “I can help you” and “I know people” are always at the desk for anything you may need.
Grind isn’t ours, it’s yours
Travelling or taking a meeting across town? Grind is expanding and providing a network of locations to help you work liquid.
If they choose to make their profiles public you can network with them, kibitz with them, barter services with them, play checkers with them…it’s up to you.
The agora. In the future we’ll be rolling out tools that encourage Grindists to tap into the skills of other Grindists.
Hans came to Grind in late 2011 with a singular, focused vision: he was going to save the world. And how did he approach this noble endeavor? The same way anyone would... by designing and selling absurd faux-fur apparel. His company Buffoonery Factory LLC is now one of the world’s leading purveyors of faux-fur imitation-animal-hide outerwear under the “Griz Coat” brand. No small feat indeed. Now, you might ask, how did this in any way help save the world? Well, that part remains to be seen, but we speculate he’ll reveal those secrets in 2014. And there’s a rumor that it may somehow be related to reviving an old '80s brand of ski gloves. We are tremendously confused...
Because we want Grind to be a community of talented people who have chosen to work in a new way, we'd love to know a little more about you. If you have been referred by an existing Grindist, make sure you include his or her name below.