Buck Mason’s Offices, Los Angeles

June 30th, 2013 by retail design blog

Buck Mason’s offices are in a 1920s train depot building tucked away in the Arts District of downtown Los Angeles along side the LA river. Its a thriving neighborhood with so much creativity and up and coming energy that we feed off of everyday. Our office has a refined, industrial look playing off all the wood and steel beams, many of which are stamped “Carnegie Steel – 1919,” which makes us all humbled to be working from a building constructed with the materials of such an American icon.

Reclaimed industrial furniture compliments modern finishes throughout, many of which were built by company founder Sasha Koehn, who’s Cleveland roots and love of warehouses and industrial conversions shine through. The 1100sf space inspires us everyday and it will be bitter sweet when we grow out of it and need to f ind something bigger.












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