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The Unique Space: A Workspace for LA Creatives

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 21, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Apr 20, 2015

For the working nomad: The Unique Space is a communal workspace in LA's Arts District housed in a converted historic factory. Founder Sonja Rasula, a media maven turned entrepreneur and interior designer, created the Unique Space to offer the city's creatives a "fresh, inspiring co-work space" with communal kitchen, private meeting rooms, and a library and lounge. Rasula oversaw the design, using "locally made furniture, wallpaper, and other one-of-a-kind details." Prices range from $35 for a drop-in day to $350 per month for a full-time membership. Above: The cooperative kitchen features a white-painted brick wall. Above L and R: A Palermo Blue enamel-cast iron sink by Jonathan Adler for Kohler adds a dash of color to the kitchen. Above: The main space features a Joshua Tree photographic mural. (For photographic wall mural sources, see Rebel Walls of Sweden  and Deborah Bowness's Great House Wallpaper .)  Above: A row of school chairs. Source vintage Heywood Wakefield and similar designs via  Etsy sellers . Above L: A closeup of the Joshua Tree mural. Above R: Communal work tables. Above: A rented studio space. Above L: Mismatched seating at the stretch limo of Parson's tables. Above R: A fiddle leaf fig tree  in the entry. Rooms at the Unique Space are available to rent for events. Above: A lounging area. Above L and R: Bronze accents.  Above: A pair of midcentury outdoor chairs softened with sheepskins. The Unique Space is located at 1275 East 6th Street, just east of downtown LA. Go to our Office  archive for more ideas, including: Before/After: Makeshift Society in Brooklyn Totokaeolo's Fashion-Forward Office in Seattle An Art Studio with Color-Coded Built-In Storage A Labor of Love: Heartwork Office Furniture Evernote's Starburst Indoor Plant Wall   More Stories from Remodelista Design Sleuth: 6 Summery Natural Fiber Pendant Lights Table of Contents: Primary Colors Current Obsessions: A Jungle Inside




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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