Reminds me quite a bit of our office space – open.
When Nick Temple and his Wild Card Creative Advertising team moved into their current modernist offices in Culver City, the idea was to give his 40 or so employees ample room to roam, and not feel constricted by conventional corporate confines. And with a generous 20,000 square feet, 28-foot-high ceilings and plenty of common areas, the place feels like a cross between an ultra-spacious loft and a fantasy man-cave.
It’s quite a dramatic departure from the company’s original 3,000-square-foot headquarters in Hollywood. Wild Card — which fashions theatrical motion picture campaigns, on-air promos, interactive game advertising and entertainment-related marketing materials — may create content at a boiler-room pace, with a heavy workload and multiple deadlines, but its new state-of-the-art production compound feels anything but industrial.
Work spaces and common areas flow into each other in a way that feels communal, not segregated. Accents like surf boards, electric guitars and movie…
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