Most popular spaces in LA
Out of so many cool and beautiful spaces in Los Angeles, you might be looking for some help picking the perfect one. That’s why we looked up the 10 most popular spaces in LA to give you the public opinion on these spaces and their hosts. While each space has their own unique style and decor, there’s one thing in common in all these spaces: versatility. Take a look at our LA favorites and book one for your next production or event!
Welcome to this glamorous space surrounded by celebrity homes. It’s contemporary and bright interior is filled with natural light and French elegance. There are gorgeous canyon views, a pool terrace, various gardens, an orchard, a large driveway to unload, and plenty of parking spaces. Book this space for your next celebration.
This quirky loft gives the kitchen island center stage as the heart of the loft. Remove the island, and it becomes an open production space with 15 foot ceilings. A second floor mezzanine with exposed brick and pipes is perfect place to relax or throw down a rustic photo shoot.
With a stunning open floor plan and the view of the downtown LA skyline, it’s no surprise that this is one of our most popular venues. The 4,800 sq.ft space features 13 ft high ceilings, 8 ft tall windows all around, polished concrete floors, multi-zone air conditioners and heaters, and an abundance of natural mid-day and sunset light entering from the North and West facing windows. The entire studio is painted white for extra brightness, clean look and feel. Whatever your event if, this space has seen it all, from celebrity reality shows, music videos, indie films, interviews, film institute projects, and wedding receptions to corporate seminars, conferences, product launch events and films, fashion shows, art exhibits, yoga classes, films and more. The possibilities are endless, so what are you waiting for?
This space is a 12,000 square foot, multi-use building located where Culver City meets Playa Vista, the up-and-coming cultural epicenter of Los Angeles. The warehouse has an event room, lounge, and green room, so it can accommodate most events.
This versatile space is willing to accommodate just about any vendor, food trucks, productions, bouncy houses, even petting zoos. No wonder it’s such a popular space with our LA community. Unleash your imagination with this spacious historic building.
Designed by architect Neil Denari, this home’s been in Vogue, the NY Times, and featured in “Transparent.” You can hold meetings here in the airy conference spaces, or use it for productions. The cool exterior is rivaled by its sleek interior with modern amenities. Book this space and wow your guests!
This MidCentury treetop house is a secluded creative haven. It has 2000 square feet of interior space, with an additional 1600 sq feet of deck. Perched high in Benedict canyon, it has an uninterupted view of nature; yet almost impossible to believe that it’s in Beverly Hills. It’s the perfect place for your secluded celebrity shoot. This unique bohemian home encompasses the organic freedom of a California lifestyle.
This 7000 sq/ft space has 3 stages with natural light, hair/makeup green rooms, and production areas, as well as a private 2 walled sound insulated cyclorama sound stage and a natural light cyclorama. There is an outdoor patio in the back, off of studio 2 and 3. You can host pop up shops, VIP events, art shows, performances, holiday parties, and many more events here. With so many possibilities, it’s a no brainer this place is so popular.
This loft is over 3000 sqft and every inch can be used for production. High ceilings bring in lots of natural light, but windows can also be covered to create darkness. There are different rooms, each with eclectic props, sets, backdrops, green screen, and acoustic treated walls. The cherry on top? It comes with a bar. Check out this whimsical space for your next event!
This is a beautiful 2,800 sq ft space with high ceilings. It has big industrial windows to let in lots of natural light. The space is located on the top floor (7th floor), so out of each window is a gorgeous view of DTLA. There is an elevator with the option of stairs. As well as a freight elevator. The office has an incredible geometric mural that is amazing for shooting, wardrobe, or make up. There are black velvet drapes, which can be pulled to the side, cover all the windows or be completely removed with the railing. Basically a photographer’s dream!