NeueHouse Takes Over DTLA's Iconic Bradbury Building for Its New Creative Workspace

Up next is a Venice Beach outpost.

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Los Angeles' architecture aficionados, history and film buffs, and design-obsessed creatives can now clock in at one of Downtown's most beloved (and oldest) historical landmarks. After debuting its first West Coast flagship at Hollywood's former CBS Studios in 2016, NeueHouse opened its second L.A. outpost at the legendary Bradbury Building, where its newest collaborative community space occupies the entire second floor of the 1893-built structure. And Westsiders can look forward to seaside work sessions when the company opens in Venice in Snap's former spot, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Members can grab a seat at the communal workspaces in the Gallery area beneath the dreamy sun-welcoming atrium surrounded by the building's famous ornate ironwork, which film fanatics will recognize from Blade Runner, (500) Days of Summer, The Artist, and many other movies. There are also dedicated desks, private offices, meeting spaces, custom-designed phone booths, and a private dining area, while a café and bar serve coffee, cocktails, and a full breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu.

The building's Hollywood history is honored throughout the space via a permanent collection of photographs shot by Stephen Vaughan from the aforementioned classic dystopian film. Also on display is art from established and emerging contemporary artists, including Carmen Argote, Peter Shire, Kelly Akashian, and members of the Memphis Group, to name a few, all curated by art consultant Donna Chu and NeueHouse VP of Cultural Programming, Meredith Rogers.

On top of hosting a packed schedule of workshops, discussions, happy hours, and other events designed to encourage collaboration and boost creativity, the club offers self-care services such as wellness experts available for on-demand appointments, happiness coaches, mental health therapists, and other professionals. Other amenities include a Mothers Room, bathrooms stocked with Aesop bath and body products, and access to the members app, among other perks.

L.A.- and Toronto-based DesignAgency accented the historic building's original 11-foot-high oak-framed windows, 20 original glazed brick fireplaces, and exposed ceilings with copper lighting, modern pastel shades, Versailles parquet floors, and plenty of greenery. Other contemporary touches include custom-made seating by Ireland-based furniture company Orior and globe pendant lighting by Lee Broom, while the bar features a marble counter paired with brass fixtures and dark walnut millwork.

The space offers four membership tiers, all with access to social, communal, and event areas: Gallery ($595 per month or $800 for global access) includes access to the communal library tables and soft seating; Resident Atelier ($900 monthly) offers dedicated desks and conference room booking; Studio ($3,600 monthly) is geared towards companies of up to 30 people and includes private studios; and Salon ($2,800 per year) offers access for four business days per month.

See more inside the inspiring hub and scroll through the gallery above, and inquire about membership here.

NeueHouse Bradbury, 304 South Broadway, L.A., 90013

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