In the 21st century, multipurpose community spaces have been on the rise. Without a doubt, these creativity-focused establishments bring people together and foster social bonds or opportunities for collaboration. Many of them also deliver with a chic and enticing aesthetic and Ruby Street--a multipurpose community space in Highland Park, Los Angeles is a great example of this.
Located in a building that was previously a church, Ruby Street has many striking features and has hosted "countless private events, performances, dinner parties, and over 200 weddings" to-date. The owners of the multipurpose community space have decided on an upgrade and they recently partnered with interior designer Francesca 'Kiki' De La Fuente and Working Holiday Studio to elevate the modern and ornate aesthetic of Ruby Street. The goal is to foster a "creative hub with regular cultural programming to build in a wider community of creatives."
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