NeueHouse HollywoodMagazine Interiors | 20 Jul 2018
Today`s workspace is a very different reality from what existed for example, two decades ago, either due to the way it is organized, through internal and external dynamics, in what we need it for or by the way we think of work itself. The idea of co-working implied itself and developed and it is by now usual to hear about co-work spaces, where autonomy and the collective merge perfectly. There we find professionals from different areas and abilities, in them we discover spaces designed so that productivity, sustainability and networking are constant.
The NeueHouse Hollywood in Los Angeles, USA, is a flagship of the first private work collective – a concept born in 2013 in New York for creative industries’ entrepreneurs – as well as an example of a place where the old hosted the new, without hesitation.
The background is 1938. Designed by the architect William Lescaze, it was the CBS Radio Building and from there Orson Welles’ voice was broadcasted to the world.
Rockwell Group was in charge of its rehabilitation and, in collaboration with NeueHouse Studio, tried to preserve the building’s energy and spirit featuring the ideal shared workspace, where the conditions for a continuous flow of creativity were fully met.
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Texto: Inês Mendes
Fotografia: Rockwell Group
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