Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Home SWEET Home.

Some of you already know, but for those of you that don't, Ring Finger Studio calls Büro Urban Workspaces in Midtown Miami home.

First thing people usually ask is what's Büro?
Pronounced like the english word "bureau" it means "office" in French, and Büro is pretty much the best office, ever.

We're very fortunate to call amazing companies like Gilt City, Luxset, Mixed In Key, Studio X Architects, Marisa Matluck Photography, Mistura WatchesPonko, Gear 66, and many more our neighbors.  The space is gorgeous, and it's like it's own little creative community with businesses constantly working and growing together.  It feels like Büro and the crew here is the heartbeat of Midtown.

I sat down with Michael Feinstein, the founder, to ask him a few questions:

Who designed the Büro ad campaign? (I love them!)
I did.  I have always enjoyed the marketing side of business and wanted our ads to capture the positive spirit of co-working and the personality of our young brand.

In your own words what makes Büro unique?

Certainly the design of our space is unique.  We spent alot of time on architecture and design and I think our clients really enjoy and appreciate the fresh and modern feel of our space.  We also have managed to attract an amazing group of entrepreneurs and young companies (like Ring Finger Studio!) into our community in a short period of time. It is truly a unique and dynamic work community.      

What do you love most about your business?

I love being around other entrepreneurs and creative professionals.  I also feel proud when I see Büro companies working with one another - which seems to be happening alot these days!

What big plans do you have for Büro?

There has been a great response to our "Urban Workspace" concept so we are defintiely looking to add locations in the near future.  We are currently focused on South Florida and will likely roll out in other major cities in 2012 and beyond.  

Want to know more? Check out the website www.buromiami.com or just stop by and say hi!