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  • That's Entertainment 5 California and NYC Companies Shine Spotlight on Design
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    California and New York companies shine the spotlight on design. 1. Firm: Felderman Keatinge + Associates Project: Legendary Location: Los Angeles Standout: Godzilla, 9 feet tall in foam and resin, stands watch over his film, TV, and comics confreres amid an otherwise restrained studio’s white and walnut 2. Firm: TPG Architecture Project: Condé Nast Entertainment Location: New York Standout: Call them break-out areas, or call them lounges—they’re filled with a never-want-to-leave combo of Arne Jacobsen–esque chairs and elongated sofas. 3. Firm: Mancini Duffy Project: A+E Networks Location: New York Standout: The hub for 10 television channels, sharing two connected buildings, is a triple-height atrium conference center with bleacher seating. 4. Firm: Gensler Project: Smashbox Studios Location: Los Angeles Standout: A warehouse conversion comes fully loaded, with an array of shooting venues, lounges both edgy and intimate, and even rooms for theatrical makeup. 5. Firm: Studios Architecture Project: Pandora Media Location: Oakland, California Standout: The letters of the word radio, outlined in LEDs, house booths for the café—just one way this tech company pays homage to music’s analog past. >>See more from the May 2015 issue of Interior Design
  • That's Entertainment 5 California and NYC Companies Shine Spotlight on Design
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    California and New York companies shine the spotlight on design. 1. Firm: Felderman Keatinge + Associates Project: Legendary Location: Los Angeles Standout: Godzilla, 9 feet tall in foam and resin, stands watch over his film, TV, and comics confreres amid an otherwise restrained studio’s white and walnut 2. Firm: TPG Architecture Project: Condé Nast Entertainment Location: New York Standout: Call them break-out areas, or call them lounges—they’re filled with a never-want-to-leave combo of Arne Jacobsen–esque chairs and elongated sofas. 3. Firm: Mancini Duffy Project: A+E Networks Location: New York Standout: The hub for 10 television channels, sharing two connected buildings, is a triple-height atrium conference center with bleacher seating. 4. Firm: Gensler Project: Smashbox Studios Location: Los Angeles Standout: A warehouse conversion comes fully loaded, with an array of shooting venues, lounges both edgy and intimate, and even rooms for theatrical makeup. 5. Firm: Studios Architecture Project: Pandora Media Location: Oakland, California Standout: The letters of the word radio, outlined in LEDs, house booths for the café—just one way this tech company pays homage to music’s analog past. >>See more from the May 2015 issue of Interior Design
  • That's Entertainment 5 California and NYC Companies Shine Spotlight on Design
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    California and New York companies shine the spotlight on design. 1. Firm: Felderman Keatinge + Associates Project: Legendary Location: Los Angeles Standout: Godzilla, 9 feet tall in foam and resin, stands watch over his film, TV, and comics confreres amid an otherwise restrained studio’s white and walnut 2. Firm: TPG Architecture Project: Condé Nast Entertainment Location: New York Standout: Call them break-out areas, or call them lounges—they’re filled with a never-want-to-leave combo of Arne Jacobsen–esque chairs and elongated sofas. 3. Firm: Mancini Duffy Project: A+E Networks Location: New York Standout: The hub for 10 television channels, sharing two connected buildings, is a triple-height atrium conference center with bleacher seating. 4. Firm: Gensler Project: Smashbox Studios Location: Los Angeles Standout: A warehouse conversion comes fully loaded, with an array of shooting venues, lounges both edgy and intimate, and even rooms for theatrical makeup. 5. Firm: Studios Architecture Project: Pandora Media Location: Oakland, California Standout: The letters of the word radio, outlined in LEDs, house booths for the café—just one way this tech company pays homage to music’s analog past. >>See more from the May 2015 issue of Interior Design
  • That's Entertainment 5 California and NYC Companies Shine Spotlight on Design
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    California and New York companies shine the spotlight on design. 1. Firm: Felderman Keatinge + Associates Project: Legendary Location: Los Angeles Standout: Godzilla, 9 feet tall in foam and resin, stands watch over his film, TV, and comics confreres amid an otherwise restrained studio’s white and walnut 2. Firm: TPG Architecture Project: Condé Nast Entertainment Location: New York Standout: Call them break-out areas, or call them lounges—they’re filled with a never-want-to-leave combo of Arne Jacobsen–esque chairs and elongated sofas. 3. Firm: Mancini Duffy Project: A+E Networks Location: New York Standout: The hub for 10 television channels, sharing two connected buildings, is a triple-height atrium conference center with bleacher seating. 4. Firm: Gensler Project: Smashbox Studios Location: Los Angeles Standout: A warehouse conversion comes fully loaded, with an array of shooting venues, lounges both edgy and intimate, and even rooms for theatrical makeup. 5. Firm: Studios Architecture Project: Pandora Media Location: Oakland, California Standout: The letters of the word radio, outlined in LEDs, house booths for the café—just one way this tech company pays homage to music’s analog past. >>See more from the May 2015 issue of Interior Design
  • That's Entertainment 5 California and NYC Companies Shine Spotlight on Design
    More info
    California and New York companies shine the spotlight on design. 1. Firm: Felderman Keatinge + Associates Project: Legendary Location: Los Angeles Standout: Godzilla, 9 feet tall in foam and resin, stands watch over his film, TV, and comics confreres amid an otherwise restrained studio’s white and walnut 2. Firm: TPG Architecture Project: Condé Nast Entertainment Location: New York Standout: Call them break-out areas, or call them lounges—they’re filled with a never-want-to-leave combo of Arne Jacobsen–esque chairs and elongated sofas. 3. Firm: Mancini Duffy Project: A+E Networks Location: New York Standout: The hub for 10 television channels, sharing two connected buildings, is a triple-height atrium conference center with bleacher seating. 4. Firm: Gensler Project: Smashbox Studios Location: Los Angeles Standout: A warehouse conversion comes fully loaded, with an array of shooting venues, lounges both edgy and intimate, and even rooms for theatrical makeup. 5. Firm: Studios Architecture Project: Pandora Media Location: Oakland, California Standout: The letters of the word radio, outlined in LEDs, house booths for the café—just one way this tech company pays homage to music’s analog past. >>See more from the May 2015 issue of Interior Design

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