Hubud: Ubud coworking community space

We want what you want. To find a way to thrive. To find the way from passion to project. To find our next collaborator. To find creativity, means and motion. Hubud blends casual comfort and productive practicality. Settle in to your cocoon of bamboo and reclaimed ironwood, surrounded by swaying green leaves. Enjoy the fastest internet connection in Ubud, and connect with inspiring people working from their passions. We offer communal and individual work spaces as well as dedicated Skype call, conference and meeting spaces. Fuel up with great coffee and liven up with local, organic food provided by the Living Food Lab. Find a fount of renewal, inspiration and connection here. Ubud is home to one of the most creative and diverse communities anywhere, where artists, start-up teams, designers, social entrepreneurs and other peripatetic geniuses connect and collaborate. Perched above the street, 100m east from the entrance to the Sacred Monkey Forest, we are walking or biking distance from anywhere in central Ubud, the heart of Bali’s cultural and creative capital. -- The Hubud team: John A is a multidisciplinary designer with divergent tendencies thanks to a restless love of connecting dots. He moved East in 2010 with his wife Sarah and daughter Alula, giving up a commuting habit in London UK. In Bali he runs design camps at Possible Studio with Green Camp, or he decamps to Singapore to join IDEO, the global design and innovation firm. Steve M has worked for the United Nations for the past ten years, saving the world one wretched report at a time. This has included stints in Indonesia, Taiwan, Uzbekistan, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Sudan, Afghanistan, Libya and - of all the forlorn places - Copenhagen. He currently does short-term change management gigs, co-owns a teaching restaurant called the Living Food Lab, and cheats when playing Monopoly with his two sons (Lochlan and Seth) and partner Renee. Peter W is a video-journalist who spent 10 years working for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. He's now a freelance documentary filmmaker. In his spare time he makes short films with his kids. He's also into tennis, ultimate frisbee, mountain biking, and refining his spoken Indonesian. He loves to travel with his wife and three sons. He hates pulling muscles, especially hamstrings.