Innovative Office: Imagine Entertainment

Innovative Office: Imagine Entertainment

CSQ Visionary of the Year Brian Grazer and Ron Howard's company, Imagine Entertainment, recently moved down the block to more modern office spaces that mirror the new age

Outgrowing its old digs, Imagine Entertainment underwent a complete upgrade despite only moving a block away. The new office manages to feel modern but creative, while also maintaining the studio’s 30-year legacy. The openness of the 22,000 sq. ft. space features notable installations referring to the history of Imagine—and providing encouragement for emerging talent.

IMAGINE ENTERTAINMENT
LOS ANGELES

 

Imagine Entertainment Chairman Brian Grazer added a 10-person sectional couch to promote inclusive meetings in his office

A tiered bleacher-style ­presentation area for impromptu gatherings allows employees to get out of their offices and ­engage with one another

INDUSTRY Entertainment
LOCATION Beverly Hills, CA
SCOPE 22,000 sq. ft.
FLOORS 2
INTERIOR ARCHITECT/INTERIOR DESIGN Rios Clementi Hale Studios
SYSTEMS FURNITURE Tangram
NOTABLE FEATURES Wall connecting the ­kitchen to the stairway features a mural of snippets from movie posters from films like A Beautiful Mind and The Da Vinci Code, a large central staircase connects the two floors, small individual lounges scattered throughout the office

Ron Howard wanted the office to reflect a more diversified direction, one aspect of which was honoring Imagine’s impactful writers by hanging scripts behind the company logo

The open, airy two levels permit a connected feeling ­throughout the office, from one floor to another