The Many Lives of This L.A. Agency Are Baked Into Its Home

Once the home of David Duchovny’s fictional character in the Showtime series Californication, this Venice, Calif., property is now home to PS260, a postproduction studio and editing company with clients like Omnicom, Google and JetBlue. With editors and clients constantly rotating through the space for meetings, conference calls and respites from the grind, PS260 is the perfect combination of a house, home and studio. And that’s no accident. “Part of our decision to grab this space was its aesthetic—the space screamed PS260. Two of our partners, Maury Loeb and J.J. Lask, took one walk-through of the place, looked at each other and knew in their guts this is where PS260 had to be,” said executive producer Carol Dunn. “The owner and his wife wanted to downsize, and with that came their hope to leave this house as intact as they could, so most of the furnishings, books and knickknacks remain, which we love. We found a space that fit our needs both professionally and aesthetically.” 

Publish date: September 19, 2016 © 2020 Adweek, LLC. - All Rights Reserved and NOT FOR REPRINT