Creative agency gNet recently hired an architecture and interior design firm assemble to design a new office in Los Angeles, California.
“gNet, a strategy-driven, content-focused creative agency and production studio, has engaged Assembledge+ to oversee its expansion into a brand-new headquarters in the Miracle Mile neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Spanning one-and-a-half floors of the Miracle Mile Tower, the office is designed to foster an open and transparent work culture that attracts creativity, collaboration, and creativity, with a mission to meet the company’s need for flexibility. It is designed to be laid down. communication.
Located around 3 major landmarks visible from suites: DTLA, Hollywood Hills and Pacific Ocean, common areas as well as private offices and meeting rooms are arranged around the building to maximize panoramic views . natural light. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls and doors bring daylight into the room, providing democratic access to a bright environment and views while maintaining acoustical privacy.
Seating areas along the corridor provide opportunities for casual gatherings and respite, while shared meeting rooms provide a private and formal environment for employees, customers and executives. Large glass pocket doors provide openness and continuity between boardrooms, reception areas and workstations.
Flexibility was one of the core design principles. Most work desks and infrastructure in the office are reconfigurable, allowing the office to grow or shrink without feeling overcrowded or empty. Such a plan has two sides. A creative agency model that seeks temporary, project-based talent, and a hybrid model that works remotely from the office. The design incorporates existing polished concrete floors and exposed ceilings, while a soothing palette of natural birch and charcoal provides a unifying element throughout the space. The strategic use of color throughout the common areas references landmarks and landscapes unique to specific spaces within the building. ”
- position: Los Angeles, California
- Completion date: 2023
- size: 18,000 square feet
- design: Assembly+