For creatives and cultural entrepreneurs looking to shape their ideas in seriously inspiring surrounds, NeueHouse‘s latest ‘house’ is a 25,000 square foot space occupying an entire floor of downtown Los Angeles’s truly iconic Bradbury Building; the imposing 1893 architectural masterpiece, with its intricate details and skylit atrium, the perfect place to spark creative thinking.
An elevated private cowork space for high-performers, NeueHouse Bradbury is a sophisticated environment with amenities that include meeting rooms; common areas; communal gallery and atelier workspace; wellness room; and café-bar, which serves up coffee in the morning and cocktails come nightfall.
When drafting ideas for the interiors, DesignAgency looked to the heritage building itself, the George Wyman-constructed National Historic Landmark comprising five stories of commercial office space in downtown LA; renowned for its unconventional mix of architectural styles and characterised by a modest brown brick and terracotta Romanesque façade.
Its rich visual history in mind, NeueHouse Bradbury’s interiors are simple and calming, boasting original details such as the 11-foot-high oak framed windows, exposed wood ceiling joists, and original brick fireplaces that blend naturally with modern touches such as curated art installations and delicate Versailles parquet floors.
A hospitality concept, social club, and workspace combined, The NeueHouse model requires an elevated environment that’s conducive to the tastes of creative professionals—the ethereal vibe that DesignAgency have created, working from the cultural brand’s latest house sure meets those requirements.