ABOUT THE SPACE •1275 East 6th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90021
The Unique Space is located in a historic old factory on 6th in LA's Arts District. With our roots firmly planted in community, we are the home to innovation, creativity, collaboration and entrepreneurship! 

The Unique Space was renovated and opened in 2013 by Sonja Rasula. It offers a fresh, inspiring work place, private offices, and is LA's hottest new event rental space. We've got a fleet of Linus bikes for guests and tenants to borrow, a fully-equipped kitchen, an arts/design and entrepreneurship resource library and lounge, a beautiful boardroom that can be booked for meetings and presentations, a rooftop terrace and so much more. With gorgeous exposed brick, high ceilings, wood floors, locally made decor/furniture/wallpaper and other one-of-a-kind details, the environment can't be beat. It inspires passionate, innovative, creative work and collaboration within a design-savvy community of makers, doers, and dreamers. The doors are open and we would love for you to come be a part of the wonderful world of the Unique Space!




Sonja Rasula is a curator of culture. A community leader and entrepreneur, she is passionate about growing and activating community, empowering independent business owners, and cultivating great design and art. Sonja is best known for starting Unique LA in 2008, the world's largest made-in-America shopping event. In 2011 she started CAMP, a business conference for creatives who hate business conferences. After witnessing the amazing success of CAMP, Sonja decided to create a permanent place for entrepreneurs and creative thinkers. And so The Unique Space was born! A former interior designer on HGTV (Home & Garden Television), Sonja meticulously renovated and designed every inch of the space. Her goal was to create an inspirational, warm and inviting environment unlike any other co-working space - to create a place that felt like home.

Sonja’s diverse media background before starting Unique LA/CAMP/The Unique Space includes being an online content specialist (AT&T, Reebok, HGTV, Harlequin), being featured on television (ABC, CBS, HGTV, Food Network, MuchMusic), and being a writer and editor for a variety of print publications including Azure, Style Ideas, Canadian Living and The Toronto Star. She is an active workshop leader and speaker for a variety of organizations and schools including the Disney Imagineers group, Nearly Impossible Conference, TED-X, GOOD and Scripps College.  As a consultant, she works with both big brands and small businesses on creative direction and design, branding, marketing and new media projects and also sits on the Board of 826LA.