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Los Angeles Showroom

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Los Angeles

Designed in collaboration with GMB and Perkins + Will, Haworth's LA showroom is located in the LA financial district downtown. It’s an energetic space on the 48th floor with 360-degree views. A graffiti motif welcomes guests into the showroom, evokes the neighborhood culture, and permeates the space with vitality.

Los Angeles

The showroom meets LEED Gold certification through its energy, lighting, and water reduction, as well as its use of recyclable and recycled materials. The building is also a pilot project for the Well Building Standard, a performance-focused system for measuring, certifying, and monitoring features of the built environment to promote the health and wellness for people.

Los Angeles

In a digital world, people crave places that nourish the human spirit. Whole spaces that balance energy and serenity inspire and empower them to perform their best. Whole spaces provide the foundation for a sense of well-being—a key design principle behind the Los Angeles showroom.

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This group space represents an area that can function as a social connect area. It provides a comfortable area for casual conversation. While engaging with nearby Workware technology, this space can also be utilized as a tactical execution space for teams to share and collaborate on work.

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Along the window vista, there are several areas for groups of two or three to gather for short impromptu meetings and discussions. Featuring Tulip and Windowseat, these quick huddle sessions are for discussion or sharing throughout the day.

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This space is another social gathering spot providing different heights of surface and seating. The area in the back, including workware, brings the technology component into this space with informal lounge seating to combine social and work discussion. Healthy snacks and beverages are offered in this space as part of our WELL initiative.

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This workware enabled space allows for teams to update and share in an informal environment. It serves as a short term group space for impromptu meetings.

Los Angeles

This area supports the needs of crew workstyle, who work together on tactical execution. A touchdown area located on the end of the workstation gives mobile team members the ability to join when in the office.

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This open area provides space for teams to gather more formally for project work or weekly meetings. The large Patterns workwall provides balance and privacy for the team as well as a place for technology enabled sharing with Workware.

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Subject matter experts who primarily work alone benefit from privacy to develop and hone strategic concepts. The private office serves as a retreat for focused work. The connected area provides space for this expert to meet with others outside of their individual space.

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This area represents a traditional conference room to host clients and present in a more formal way. Workware technology allows for easy sharing of information between groups. The graffiti motif, inspired by the city of LA, is carried into this space.

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Adjacent to a benching application, lockers provide personal storage for unassigned workers touching down for the day. The design of the space incorporates unique aspects of the neighborhood in which the building resides, including architectural beams.

Showroom Info

Los Angeles

444 S. Flower St. Ste 4800

Los Angeles, California 90071

United States

P: 213-634-6700


To schedule a visit, contact your local Haworth representative or call the showroom.