On Nut’s much-hyped Habito community mall is now fully open, and there’s plenty to be excited about. Aside from top restaurants like Muine
and Choi Choi
, arguably the biggest opening is Hubba-to
, the latest 24-hour co-working space from Hubba.
The opening combines a raw, minimalist interior design with tons of neat facilities you don’t get at your average co-working space.
You’ll find long rows of hot desks under cool ceiling lamps, permanent office spaces, meeting rooms and even bean bags. Hubba-to also has spaces for you to explore new hobbies, such as a darkroom to develop your own film, a ceramics room, a “maker space” with 3D printing and a food lab—check out their weekly workshops, too.
While you work around the clock, stay caffeinated with an Aeropress coffee from April Store, a new branch of Sam Yan’s renowned cafe. Prices start at B299/day.