Modern communication, technologies and the ubiquity of internet access make it possible to work from wherever. A workplace evolution has been taking place in which new, serviced working environments going far beyond the traditional office are emerging. Simultaneously, communal living typologies for recent graduates are on the rise, learning from experiences in student accommodation. With increasing costs of living in the most congested cities, co-living platforms offer an attractive alternative. The growing desire from younger generations for urban lifestyles and environments with private space, amenities and communal events ignites the co-revolution. What does the future of living, working and learning together look like in Europe in times of a co-revolution?