As a successful coworking company, WeWork expanded its vicinity as it opened another building in Los Angeles in 2014. The historical building was built back in 1926 and truly is a beauty. Since 2014, the Fine Arts building has been the home for production teams, tech startups, fashion designers and web developers and still accommodating more and more genius creators today.

The Fine Arts building was a creation of the architecture geniuses Albert R. Walker and Percy A. Eisen who were also behind the stunning structure designs of the Oviatt Building, the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills and lastly, the El Cortez Hotel in San Diego.

THE Wework Fine Arts Building in LA is an art itself

Yes, indeed. The company’s Fine Arts building is the epitome of what the building is exactly about. From the walls, to the interiors, furniture pieces, colors, structure and to the finest details – everything is a work of art.

Let’s take a tour inside!

1TIME FOR RECREATION

2SASSY and SEXY NOTES!

3SIMPLE ENSEMBLE

4CONTEMPORARY OFFICE FURNITURE

5INNOVATIVE PIECES

6WORKING SOLO

7VINTAGE ARCHITECTURE

8PRIMEVAL TIMES

9BRAINSTORMING CORNER

10THE FOOD CORNER

11SELF-SERVICE

12TASKS ON A COUCH

13COMFY WORK SPACE

14LEMONADE OR BREWED COFFEE?

15WOODEN, BRICKS AND CIRCLES

16DISCUSSIONS ON THE BREAK

17ARTISTIC THEME

18TALL AND SLEEK

All the photos were sourced from here.