A place to work during the day and after it.

Some moments over the past few months. Sorry for not posting more often. Things are good!

Thanks to the lovely word of mouth and the profiles and network of original members, new faces and stories have joined the space and on an average day 6-8 people now call HW, work, or the office. A roster of 10 people could be there on any given day, and with interns this can rise to 12. The space can seat 14. So things are good and I’m having thoughts about how to make room for a few more minds.

The meeting room is also becoming a popular space for duos and groups who may not cowork during business hours, but who equally value a space they can be productive in. I’m very keen to balance this need with the needs of coworkers, as I can remember what it was like when having meeting before and after business hours, with the only options being cafes and bars.

All in all, the space is very warm and that’s not just to do with the low arc of the Winter Sun.  ^Josh


From Left to Right:

Anthony Zaccaria, Native Digital.

Rachel Botsman. Author, Speaker and Consultant of all Collaborative Consumption.

Steve Hopkins, Yammer.

Jo Jones, Bikewise.

Nick Bonich, MC Cyclery and then some.

Lauren Anderson, Innovation Director of Collaborative Consumption and emerging hustler.

Nick Roseby, Director of I Ate Your Cake, Shhh! Bikes, The Camping Website.

Michelle Williams, Director of Ideaction.

Matty Roberts, Director of Projucer, Chasing the Glory, and that guy from the Carlton Draught Ad.

Josh Capelin, Creator of Homework, Director of Projucer, Chasing the Glory, The Camping Website.

Lord Mayor Clover dropped by the other day…

Stoked to hear that the 66 Oxford Project was her initiative, and one she’s seen through. More spaces opening up on William St too in the near future.

*loud applause

We had a few drinks last night.

Homework 2.0?

;) Read on about this hotel for the business nomad.

"It gets better every day"

Gemma slept in till 1pm on Sat. I prolly woke her up with my text seeing if she’d be keen to do some schoolyard-esque paintings on the floor of homework. Luckily she was! Here is the start of the Hopscotch…
Nearing the end…
Artist and her work. 

This is the biggest A i have ever done!
Our first hood. Somewhere down the hill and on the right. Above a gallery or two. 106sqm.