Focus Group Facility Tour

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Hollywood

Is that Sandra Bullock or Julia Roberts? It really doesn’t matter; both would feel at home.
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  • Hollywood

    Is that Sandra Bullock or Julia Roberts? It really doesn’t matter; both would feel at home.
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  • The Empire Salon

    Even Marie Antoinette would be impressed...
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  • Hairspray

    GOOD MORNING BALTIMORE! Bright colors abound in this ode to the infamous John Waters.
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  • Pop Culture

    A perfect storm of good old fashioned American capitalism and high intensity consumerism...
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  • The Metropolitan Room

    Abstract art, high gloss walls and an assortment of objets d’art will take your eye to the four 
corners of each room.
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  • The Tuscan Villa

    Stylized furniture and walls with a warm color pallet are the first indicators that you’ve arrived in our Continental Space.
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  • The Chesapeake Club

    They call it "The Land of Pleasant Living." Entering our private sportsman’s club, one can’t help but notice our wildlife theme.
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  • Julia’s Kitchen

    Simplify the logistics of your next in home ethnography with our fully functioning test kitchen with observation.
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One of the largest focus group facilities on the East Coast, Baltimore Research features eight uniquely stylized research spaces. Each suite is graciously appointed and offers the most cutting edge technology available.

The focus group facility is highlighted by two generously sized (20’x40’) multi-purpose rooms, ample client lounge areas, spacious viewing rooms, our outdoor ideation courtyard and a fully equipped test kitchen with observation. All focus studios are modular spaces allowing for both traditional and avant-garde room setups. Upon entering our common areas, our themed suites inspire creativity from both clients and respondents and provide a relaxed backdrop designed to stimulate more productive research.