The interior was a custom-design collaboration between Brian Schoenbaum of Vuka Collective, Michael Hsu Office of Architecture, Principal Architects, and Chris McCray of McCray & Co. Goods and Services. The look & feel continues the industrial, open aesthetic of the Monroe street location, including one-of-a-kind furnishings and soaring 25 ft. ceilings to accommodate a variety of office space, dedicated desks and general coworking. The location also offers an event space with a capacity of 380 for conferences, meetings, and workshops.
What began as a collaborative conversation between the founders of Vuka, Center61 and a group of inspired people, has become the first Impact Hub in Texas, strategically located in Austin. The global community of Impact Hubs worldwide includes more than 80 locations and 11,000 members across 50 countries.
Impact Hub Austin offers co-working, shared workspace, private offices, dedicated desks, programs and accelerators that connect the Austin community to a global movement for good. We offer a powerful combination of mission, community and space to support game-changing ideas for social impact.