they say about us

Great coworking space and amazing atmosphere and coworkers! It is a really cozy space, nicely decorated (every corner has a special and nice touch!), with a great atmosphere where everyone knows each other. Unlike other spaces, everything is included!! Coffee, tea, printer, scanner,... Do you need an envelope? Yes, those still exist and Silvia has one for you! It is also a nice place to rent for an event or a special meeting. Good packages that offer much flexibility and at great prices!

Patricia Astrain - Founder at Recircular

Sometimes, if you are a home worker, you need to get out. Just an excuse to get dressed and wash your face. You know, see people, do things, the sun... that kind of things. But you still need to work. So you go to Bon Jour, because it's a coworking but it feels like home, it's beautifully decorated, and full of beautiful people. It's much more than a coworking in fact. Or you can go work from some boring corporate grey european neighborhood co-office if that's your thing, we don't judge!

Manuele Sarfatti - Web Developer

Thanks to Silvia, Bon Jour really is a happy place. It is a wonderful mix of coziness with a great work atmosphere. Rather than a place to come and work, Bon Jour is a community that allows you to meet and exchange ideas with people from all over the place, working in a wide range of different sectors - which opens the floor to the most interesting exchanges . Since joining Bon Jour I have made new friends, started projects with other coworkers, had much fun, learnt a lot and always go to work with a smile.

Charlotte Wirth - Journalist

Bon Jour is a great spot to get things done and make connections and friends in the process. The office is charming, clean, bright and unique. The events involve great food and wine and the location is right between Flagey and Jourdan. A great alternative for anyone tired of always working from home.

Cais Jurgens - Business Developer

It's a bit tiny, but the intimacy brings a sense of respect of each other's personal space, even though co-workers are sitting around the same table. Avoided feelings elsewhere, such as when working in a café: nerves. Especially after hearing BONJOUR 55 times every thirty minutes. That's in a café. Only a handful are worth spending a few hours in though. Aloha vibes and cute decoration are both a big plus. Focus and therefore a calm working environment is the main value I'm looking at when working from a co-working space. To be honest I'm a member of two spaces: one is in Brussels, Bon Jour. The other one has twelve co-living spaces abroad. Although places such as Silversquare have lots of great assets, I'm not so comfortable with staying in that comfort zone of the same network I've been evolving with through my student years. So, multi-culturalism is definitely also a value.

Jimmy-John Goor - Digital Communications Consultant

Bon Jour has come a long way from day one. There has been a lot of trial and error to figure out what works and what doesn't. In my opinion consistency is very important right now to make the new formula you're working on a success. You can do it! 🙂 Always here if you need a help.

Patrick Beyaert - Designer

Great coworking space and amazing atmosphere and coworkers! It is a really cozy space, nicely decorated (every corner has a special and nice touch!), with a great atmosphere where everyone knows each other. Unlike other spaces, everything is included!! Coffee, tea, printer, scanner,... Do you need an envelope? Yes, those still exist and Silvia has one for you! It is also a nice place to rent for an event or a special meeting. Good packages that offer much flexibility and at great prices!

Patricia Astrain - Founder at Recircular

Sometimes, if you are a home worker, you need to get out. Just an excuse to get dressed and wash your face. You know, see people, do things, the sun... that kind of things. But you still need to work. So you go to Bon Jour, because it's a coworking but it feels like home, it's beautifully decorated, and full of beautiful people. It's much more than a coworking in fact. Or you can go work from some boring corporate grey european neighborhood co-office if that's your thing, we don't judge!

Manuele Sarfatti - Web Developer

Thanks to Silvia, Bon Jour really is a happy place. It is a wonderful mix of coziness with a great work atmosphere. Rather than a place to come and work, Bon Jour is a community that allows you to meet and exchange ideas with people from all over the place, working in a wide range of different sectors - which opens the floor to the most interesting exchanges . Since joining Bon Jour I have made new friends, started projects with other coworkers, had much fun, learnt a lot and always go to work with a smile.

Charlotte Wirth - Journalist

Bon Jour is a great spot to get things done and make connections and friends in the process. The office is charming, clean, bright and unique. The events involve great food and wine and the location is right between Flagey and Jourdan. A great alternative for anyone tired of always working from home.

Cais Jurgens - Business Developer

It's a bit tiny, but the intimacy brings a sense of respect of each other's personal space, even though co-workers are sitting around the same table. Avoided feelings elsewhere, such as when working in a café: nerves. Especially after hearing BONJOUR 55 times every thirty minutes. That's in a café. Only a handful are worth spending a few hours in though. Aloha vibes and cute decoration are both a big plus. Focus and therefore a calm working environment is the main value I'm looking at when working from a co-working space. To be honest I'm a member of two spaces: one is in Brussels, Bon Jour. The other one has twelve co-living spaces abroad. Although places such as Silversquare have lots of great assets, I'm not so comfortable with staying in that comfort zone of the same network I've been evolving with through my student years. So, multi-culturalism is definitely also a value.

Jimmy-John Goor - Digital Communications Consultant

Bon Jour has come a long way from day one. There has been a lot of trial and error to figure out what works and what doesn't. In my opinion consistency is very important right now to make the new formula you're working on a success. You can do it! 🙂 Always here if you need a help.

Patrick Beyaert - Designer