About the life that goes on in the spaces that began as a few lines in an architectural plan.
STAȚIA - The bistro from Impact Hub University is open to the public.
Here is what the owners say about the bistro: “Stația can mean anything! From an urban place where you can meet friends and plan your next adventure, an intimate pub where you can stay up late storytelling with someone close, a new wholesome bistro where you can grab your coffee and a snack on your way to work, to a place to come back to at the end of a workday and just chill. To you, Stația can mean anything, to us it is home.”
Pentru us at Zest, Stația is a joyful project meant to bring together the people who work nextdoor and the people just coming over to get a coffee or something to eat. It is a meeting place in the middle of Bucharest and it will grow together with the people who cross its entrance.
A tree has grown inside Impact Hub University
As usual, the Impact Hub community generated a super friendly atmosphere when Impact Hub University was officialy launched. There was talking, there was dancing, there was laughing and it was all wonderful. We had that feeling architects have when they see people they know walking around 3D renderings come true. It takes a little time getting used to projects that are projects no more. As of now, the reality of Impact Hub will touch the lives of those who use it and we will be close by to see how that happens
Here is how an article in the New York Times describes the Beans & Dots experience. “A spot that’s also a co-working space and a fashionable concept store, try Beans & Dots in a refurbished former print shop in the charming Cismigiu neighborhood. Sit down with a cold brew and tonic water concoction (14 lei) made by a fashionably bearded barista, remind yourself you are not in Berlin, then browse the shop for silk scarves for 296 lei, or a chic, minimalist tunic by the Romanian designer Adelina Ivan”. More about the other places found interesting by this Bucharest traveler here.