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Framestore moves out West. DHD has designed the previous 4 spaces occupied by Framestore in NYC SoHo district. We were asked to design the LA (Helm’s Ave / Culver City) location and collaborate with local architects RAC. The industrial building we converted had a past life as a fabric fire-retardant workshop, specializing in fire protection for the airline industry. The 50’ high tower, now a conference room and roof top hangout was where they hung the treated fabric to dry. Design features include defunct parking meters and NYC subway strap hangers. The client lounge has 2 period TWA business class seats, complete with ashtrays. Occupation May 2013.

DHD Team: David Howell, Steven Wakenshaw, Melissa Pinto
Local Architects: RAC Design Build
RAC Team: Rick Cortez, Kevin Mulcahy, David Altchech
Framestore Team: Jon Collins, Laney Gradus
Engineer of Record: John Labib and Associates
Ny Engineer: Harry Chu
Photography by Art Gray
Photography by Brooke McGowan

http://www.davidhowell.net

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