Beats By Dre Headquarters

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Living

Can you imagine the intense pressure on a company like Beats to have a supremely cool office building? First of all, there’s the whole Dr. Dre thing, and then you get bought by perhaps the most innovative company of all time, Apple. Grey cubicles and a Coke machine in the break room would be an outrage.

Luckily, the wizards at Bestor Architecture did not disappoint when building the Beats by Dre Headquarters in Culver City, just west of Los Angeles. The 105,000-square-foot space that’s home to some 650 employees features plenty of bold colors, odd shapes, and wide open floor plans. There’s also seating and skylights in the corridors, and plenty of wood, as the designers wanted to create a homey vibe, not to be confused with a homie vibe, which Dre probably had already taken care of.

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