Warner Music Group
California, United States
New York, United States
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Rockwell Group’s design for Warner Music Group’s Los Angeles headquarters celebrates the record company’s history, vast catalogue of work, music making, and performance. Bright, contemporary, and concise workspaces span across the five-story main building and an adjoining two-story annex – a landmark former Ford Factory building, built in 1912. The contrast of old and new, hard and soft, and warm and cool materials creates a dynamic, future-forward home base for WMG’s 800 employees. The centrepiece of the design is ‘Center Stage’, a nod to the ground floor’s original purpose as a Model T showroom, where Rockwell Group created a two-tier, flexible live performance and gathering space with wood bleacher-style seating. For WMG’s 7 labels and groups, Rockwell Group designed spaces that reflect their individual cultures, creating mini-communities within the building. While each space is unique, they all feature open floor plans, clear sight lines, and a variety of communal spaces.
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