“From an aerial view, Second Home in East Hollywood looks like a glorious science experiment with its bright yellow, futuristic studio pods and dense, sprouting “plant-itechiture.” And in many ways it is. As soon as you walk in, you realize why the amenity-packed, 2-acre urban forest promises to be L.A.’s healthiest workspace, due in large part to the 6,500 native trees and biodiverse plants that live there. Its inventive outdoor workspaces, which include a garden, rooftop terrace and central courtyard, were designed using biophilic principles — the concept that nature has tremendous effects on our well-being and enhances our focus and creativity. The ultra-lush landscaping also attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, squirrels and, rumor has it, a family of possums. A day pass is $35.”
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