Holm wall's are a rotating exhibition space for contemporary NZ artists
The fine art of pour over will make you appreciate a 'hand brewed' cup of coffee that much more
Joining K Road's recent renaissance of destination eateries and seriously decent little shopping spots is HOLM, a speciality coffeehouse and collective workspace. Mates Cameron Thorp (professional photographer) and Steffan Levet (web developer) have pretty much just gone and created their ideal work space - a very cool inner city cafe that they can park up and work in all day - and then invited the rest of Auckland to come hang, too.
There's 16 dedicated work stations, and the month-by-month rent includes free batch brew coffee in the mornings, your own desk, superfast ethernet internet, a meeting room and kitchenette and 24/7 access for those all-nighters. (So if you're a creative or solopreneur who wants a desk in the city, with hella good coffee and likeminded new-generation professionals to work alongside, HOLM could be your new office.) More info on the shared workspace here, and check out HOLM's Instagram here.
Of course, you might just be here for a damn good coffee. Holm is a speciality coffeehouse, passionate about the art of the brew. Cameron and Steffan, with their head Barista JD Coulter, aim to showcase worldclass coffees from farms and roasteries across the world, in a choice of filter, Chemex, Kalita and - natch - espresso.
Imagery with all credit to Auckland-based photographer Rachel Soh.
We're so, so excited to have Rachel on our small team of contributors
and look forward to sharing even more of her work with you here.
Rachel also has her own blog - go check it out here.