Char­ac­ter Spa­ces

The dif­fer­ent Gen­er­a­tor spa­ces have as much per­son­al­ity as the char­ac­ters within. Here are a few of them.


Stan­beth House

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, Don’t ex­pect po­lit­i­cal cor­rect­ness from this bearded re­cruit­ment dis­rup­tor.

Ex­cel­sior House

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,, 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.

Ma­son Bros.

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, dig­i­tal mar­ket­ing mav­er­ick hu­man­is­ing ma­chine-learn­ing.

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