Anyone with a laptop and a dream knows the struggle of trying to tick off that tasks list and get s*** done online in Canggu. I mean.. we’re talking slow internet, power outages, no charging ports, burnt coffee, bumping elbows with strangers in cramped cafes, unplanned meetings with chatty friends, no AC.. the list goes on (ugh). Enter Kinship Studio Bali; a space for Canggu creatives to get together, collaborate and create.
Originally a garment factory, this giant industrial warehouse is a work of art in itself. Preserving the four walls from the original building structure – clean and crisp is the aesthetic. Natural polished concrete, matte black accents, recycled materials, pops of greenery and custom-designed furniture round out this oh-so-grammable workspace look. We don’t just love it – we want to move our beds and cats in and live here forever pls.
Day passes and weekly passes will give you access to the amazing communal working area – including long tables, lightning speed internet, charging studios with international adaptors, free water & Bali coffee and access to Kinship community and events. Monthly members will have access to the communal working area, along with FREE weekly yoga classes and discounts on the meeting room and professional photography studio – managed by none other than our legendary resident Gu girl photographer, Dennis Arthur.
More of a one-man-band and less of a team player? That’s okay too. Individual, lockable desks allow you to have your very own in-house office space and are priced at 2.7mil.
If that isn’t enough to get you in here for a sticky beak, what if we told you that Kinship Studio has its very own coffee nook by Ruko?! Order yourself a chocolate croissant and a cup of Canggu (and possibly the world’s) best coffee as you head to your desk to fire up your laptop. Does life get any better?
By definition of the word, Kinship is a feeling of being close or similar to people or things. This stunning studio brings people together to connect in a way we haven’t seen in Canggu. Snaps for originality. It makes so much sense, we’re kinda wondering how it didn’t already exist! Don’t believe us? Check it out for yourself.