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Blue House w/ the Green Door - Pool/HotTub/85"TV
  • $75/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (147)
  • 147
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Los Angeles, CA
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California Midcentury Treehouse 90210
  • $275/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (9)
  • 9
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  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Beverly Hills, CA
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The Dogtown Moroccan
  • $375/hr
  • New
  • 4.9 (48)
  • 48
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  • Los Angeles, CA
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2 Full Floors Townhouse & Garden Rustic & Historic
  • $100/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (27)
  • 27
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  • Brooklyn, NY
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Retro Sky
  • $280/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (19)
  • 19
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  • Los Angeles, CA
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Brutalist Panoramic View DTLA Loft
  • $200/hr
  • New
  • 4.9 (31)
  • 31
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  • Los Angeles, CA
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Modern & Bright, Open Floor Plan, with Spa!
  • $148/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (34)
  • 34
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  • Los Angeles, CA
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Old Tudor-esque home w/ Silver Lake view
  • $90/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (55)
  • 55
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  • Los Angeles, CA
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Mod Villa with Recording Studio and Pool/ Cabana
  • $125/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (29)
  • 29
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  • Los Angeles, CA
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Large contemporary suburban home: Location 5057
  • $500/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
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  • Wilton, CT
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What people say about Study on Giggster

Julia A.
$ 2394
9 hours
30 people
7 months ago
Christine's home was the perfect backdrop for our company's off-site meeting. The space feels effortlessly chic, while still being homey and inviting. Gone are the days of our team of creatives squeezing into a dull office space for off-site meetings, this is the way to do it. We look forward to next time! Cherry on top? Christine is an incredibly communitive and accommodating host and answered all our questions promptly.
Christiana W.
$ 4986
18 hours
15 people
9 months ago
Incredible and spacious location for that 50s-70s vibe indeed. Very iconic fixtures, architecture, and matching furniture. Easy to communicate with Christine and David, who were very accommodating for our production. Good street parking and driveway for easy load-in and out.
LAKELL H.
$ 4000
8 hours
45 people
2 years ago
This home is stunning and the owners are incredibly helpful and communicative. I highly recommend filming here. The neighborhood is also very production friendly.
Bridget W.
$ 7600
20 hours
15 people
2 years ago
Christine and David were SO incredible to work with!! And such an AMAZING SPACE THIS IS! Our team loved every second. Christine was a dream to communicate with with quick responses. Our team filmed Christmas content here and everything about it was flawless. Christine and David were so accommodating. They truly go above and beyond and were so kind with our requests and questions. They are such a great team and our shoot couldn't have gone any more perfect than it did thanks to them! Looking forward to working with them in the future! The pictures of the house are already beautiful, being there was definitely so much more. The space is so diverse and cohesive at the same time! We were able to utilize multiple spaces and the preview of the film looks INCREDIBLE! Our team has done several shoots in between LA and Seattle and I have to say this has been my absolute favorite!

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does an average Study space cost to rent?
Study space rates typically average $196 per hour.
What is the attendee limitation of average Study spaces?
Attendee limits often vary with the size and features of a Study space, but average 51 people per booking.
What is the average hourly minimum of Study spaces?
The average minimum booking time for Study spaces is 4 hours.
What is the average square feet of a Study space?
There's a great range of Study spaces available, with an average size of 2600 square feet.
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About Study Space

Amid the hushed corridors of a well-curated study space, intellects converge, and creativity flourishes. Such locations are more than merely silent havens for individual contemplation—they are collective forums where knowledge seekers gather to share and expand their horizons. Enhanced by ergonomic furnishings, ample lighting, and reliable technology, these environments are designed to maximize focus and minimize distractions.

Event hosts and planners will find the adaptability of these areas ideally suited for an array of gatherings, from academic seminars to collaborative work sessions. Participants, absorbed in their study or discussion, often appreciate the quiet ambiance intertwined with the subtle dynamism of collective effort. Access to high-speed internet, audio-visual equipment, and refreshment areas enhances the usefulness and comfort of these desirable spaces.

In essence, study space is an intellectual sanctuary where learners and leaders alike can pursue excellence, engage in meaningful dialogue, and emerge inspired.

The Best Events for Study Spaces

  • Book Club Meetups and Author Readings
    Imagine a corner of tranquility turned into a hotbed for literary discussion, with every participant fervently dissecting plot twists and character arcs. With their bibliophilic aura, study spaces offer an ideal setting for book club gatherings where enthusiasts can engage with literature collectively. Transforming the room even further, these spaces can host author readings, where words traverse directly from the writer’s imagination to the audience's ears. During discussions or readings, refresh engaged minds with nibbles and non-alcoholic beverages while keeping the space conducive to its academic nature.
  • Educational Workshops and Seminars
    The innate purpose of a study space is education, and what better way to honor this than by organizing workshops and seminars? Fields diverse as creative writing, startup entrepreneurship, coding, or even stress management can find a receptive audience in such an environment. Interactive sessions could break the monotony with group activities, while strategically placed props such as whiteboards and projectors can facilitate a hands-on experience. Although traditionally low-key in terms of ambiance, occasional staging or lighting effects could energize the crowd during event highlights.
  • Cultural Exchange Evenings
    In a nod to the global village of learners, study spaces can become the crucible for cultural exchange events. Here, participants can immerse themselves in diverse traditions through language practice games, trivia, and cross-cultural dialogues, learning new perspectives in the very spot where they usually seek knowledge solo. Traditional music or decorations can be incorporated into events while maintaining academic integrity.
  • Focus Groups and Think Tanks
    Unleashing the full cerebral potential of a study space, focus groups and think tanks can leverage the concentration-cultivating atmosphere to tackle complex problems or brainstorm innovative ideas. These collaborative sessions can very well include breakout moments with light background music and catered finger foods to foster a relaxed yet productive atmosphere. The use of modular furniture here creates dynamic group settings, poised for practical discourse and cooperation without distracting from the night’s objectives.

What to Look for in Study Spaces

  • Accessibility and Accommodations
    Ensure that the study space is accessible to all attendees, including individuals with disabilities. This means looking for venues with ramps, elevators, and appropriately designed restrooms. The location should also be easy to reach by public transportation or have adequate parking facilities to minimize the hassle of travel and maximize study time.
  • Connectivity and Power Supply
    In today's digital age, having a seamless internet connection and sufficient power outlets is crucial. Look for spaces that offer strong Wi-Fi signals and ample electrical outlets to cater to laptops, tablets, and other electronic devices. This will help maintain productivity without the interruption of discharging batteries or poor internet connectivity.
  • Lighting and Furniture
    Proper lighting is necessary to reduce eye strain, especially during prolonged periods of studying. Venues with well-positioned ceiling lights or access to natural daylight provide a conducive atmosphere for reading and writing. Additionally, comfortable and ergonomic furniture that supports good posture can prevent physical discomfort and enable more extended focus periods.
  • Ambiance and Style
    The overall ambiance and style of the space can significantly affect the mood and motivation of its occupants. A study area with a calm, quiet, and aesthetically pleasing environment can encourage concentration and minimize distractions. Some venues offer private rooms or quiet zones, which are excellent for group discussions or individual deep work.

How to Make Study Event Better

  • Optimize Your Layout: The floor plan of your study space is a silent conductor of focus and flow. By arranging seats in a circular or semi-circular pattern, you nurture an atmosphere of inclusivity and engagement, allowing attendees to have equitable access to discussions. Ensure that this arrangement also facilitates easy movement so participants can interact without obstruction, thereby promoting dynamic collaboration and exchange.
  • Master the Lighting: A well-lit space prevents eyestrain and maintains alertness, but remember, the quality of light is paramount. Soft, natural light is often the most agreeable. However, when that's not available, opt for warm, diffused artificial lighting that mimics the serenity of daylight. The goal is to create a bright space without the harshness that can cause discomfort over extended periods.
  • Cultivate Silence and Sound: Learning thrives in tranquility, but engagement may require energy. Strike a delicate balance between quiet zones and areas where interaction is encouraged. Consider sound-insulating materials or partitioning to buffer the study areas while designing collaborative spaces that allow for the free flow of ideas without overwhelming the senses.
  • Comfort Meets Aesthetics: An element frequently underestimated in study spaces is the physical invitation offered through comfort. Chairs should provide firm support yet adapt to long periods of use. Pair this with an aesthetic that inspires — perhaps through art, plants, or thematic decorations that stimulate the mind without causing distraction. Comfort and beauty are both essential for the soul, fueling the desire to learn and create.
  • Technology at Your Fingertips: Lastly, in our digital age, ease of access to technology is a critical factor in keeping participants engaged and efficient. Offer a reliable high-speed internet connection and power outlets within arm's reach, and if possible, integrate intuitive, innovative technology that supports research and presentation. The convenience of technology should be like a whisper, subtlety empowering without becoming the focal point of the space.