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HAWKE MEDIA Industry Marketing Location Los Angeles Scope 26,000 sq. ft. Architect Boto Design Architects Floors 1 Notable Features • 10 “phone booths” allow employees to have privacy for calls • “Neighborhood” concept of organization, where teams are clustered and each manager faces their team • Elevated central platform that serves as a stage for performances and announcements • Two break rooms and a private outdoor patio for downtime

At first, digital marketing company Hawke Media wanted an open/creative office space, but after careful consideration, realized a more flexible layout would allow for creative flow, as well as private meetings and phone calls. The solution was to create clusters of open space and a handful of executive offices around the perimeter and at the core. While each employee has their own desk, a slew of other spaces are available, from a bean bag lounge chair to outside on the private patio.



1. The elevated redwood platform is used for performances and announcements







2. Meeting rooms have optional sliding doors for privacy 3. Groupings of sofas and casual chairs provide an array of spaces to work and meet in the open office 4. The “neighborhood” concept features clusters of teams, with one manager looking out over their team members 5. The redwood ramp leads to the bean bag lounge area 6. An open kitchen flows into the dining area and break room, where a ping-pong table and variety of games encourage creativity 7. The 26,000-square-foot space was kept industrial in feel, with polished concrete floors and an open ceiling 8. Frosted glass partitions provide privacy for working or meeting



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