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Hub Culture Pavilion at 49 Carnaby Street, London

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1st Nov 2008




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The first in a planned series of Hub Culture Pavilion rollouts will arrive in London this winter. Located at 49 Carnaby Street, the venue overlooks the bustle at one of London's premier pedestrian streets and will feature lounge and business facilities for Hub Culture Pavilion members worldwide


Carnaby Street began life in 1685, making it one of the oldest cultural streets in the world and a place of many historical events and movements. In the 1960s a series of shops began to open that provided a home base for the hippie and mod movements in London, ushering in a whole new cultural era.


Later, iconic rock and mod bands like The Beatles, Small Faces and The Rolling Stones frequented the cool underground bars and music venues of the area, helping to create the basis for entire social movements in that decade.


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Content feeds will bring the internet alive.
Today, Carnaby Street serves as the launching pad for the first Hub Pavilions, locations that will mix the online world of Hub Culture with physical spaces designed to bring you, the community, together in real life. It will offer comprehensive wifi and broadband, video conferencing services, live content feeds, concierges and other products and services -- all available using
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Hub Culture partners collaborating on the project include Cisco, Apple, Pompei AD, BT and others.


It's a new revolution, and Carnaby Street will be an amazing home for the Pavilion. Membership access to this Pavilion is limited, so stay tuned to this group for membership information and further details as we design and build the space in the coming weeks!




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Interior view of the Pavilion