The different Generator spaces have as much personality as the characters within. Here are a few of them.
Busy, bustling and full of nooks and crannies, Stanbeth’s ancient Kauri beams and plastered brick walls contain a community of characterful individuals.
Spirit animal: Brown Bear If I was a movie I’d be: Big Fish Recognisable Resident: Sean Walters, joyn.co.nz. Don’t expect political correctness from this bearded recruitment disruptor.
Like a character from a Wes Anderson movie, the Excelsior space is full of colour, with eccentric style and hidden charm. Spirit animal: Chilean Flamingo If I was a movie I’d be: The Grand Budapest Hotel Recognisable Resident: Matt Knight, sharedspace.co.nz, an online coworking community connector that made sharing space a thing in New Zealand.
Generator @ GridAKL / 12 Madden St
Industrial strength innovation space with steel, glass and concrete. Spirit animal: Orca If I was a movie I’d be: Gattaca Recognisable Resident: Maru Nihoniho from Metia Interactive, digital games warrior bringing Māori superheroes to life.
Chic urban style in an award-winning heritage refurbishment.
Spirit animal: Whale Shark If I was a movie I’d be: The Great Gatsby Recognisable Resident: Darren Kirkland from Krunch.co, digital marketing maverick humanising machine-learning.