|||||||||Skewered internal windows offer an unconventional outlook|A raw, flexible interior suits a ‘scrappy’ company, not keen on corporate decorum|Funny or Die is based on The Lot, an LA production studio with a storied past|Spaces have been designed around noise control and the level of privacy required|Meeting spaces are bathed in cerulean blue and exposed ceilings add a rawness|Yellow is repeated as an accent colour, including on the stairs that link the two floors|Exposed metal stud work on the walls emphasises a ‘work in progress’ concept|Low-fi materials like pegboard and OSB helped keep costs low||
04 Nov 2014

Funny or Die’s LA office by Clive Wilkinson Architects

Words by Samantha Tse

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