Denver's Studio B2SJ Architecture Firm Chosen to Style CP+B's Los Angeles Offices

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If you think Crispin, Porter + Bogusky is showing any signs of slowing down, guess again. They've just hired architecture firm Studio B2SJ – the same place that designed their offices in Boulder, Miami and London – to complete the space planning, interior design and project management of a 35,000 square foot (!) facility at the Santa Monica Media Center at 2100 Colorado Avenue. At that size, it'll put Crispin's LA office at the same scale as Deutsch and TBWA\Chiat\Day – two of the biggest agencies in world.

"We love this team," said Chuck Porter, chairman of CP+B. "They understand our culture - which combines being very relaxed about the workplace with being very serious about the work - and they take our design ideas and make them better. B2SJ is a real partner."

Glad there's so much momentum for these guys. There's gotta be a car account in CP+B's future, right? LA is the place to be to get one.

CP+B's Boulder Office

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IMO it looks noisy and has some gross lighting, but I'm no creative genius.

looks like somewhere you'd place battery farmed hens...

Looks very noisy and not user-friendly. Being out in the open looks "hip and cool" but you can't get a thing done with all the racket and interruptions.

I'm certain that conference room will sound like an echo chamber to anyone who is unfortunate enough to be on the other end of a conference call.

CP+B looks a lot cooler than I imagined their office in Boulder to be. Would love, love, love to work there. Well done!

It's one of the best work environments I've been in. Lots of space to hunker down away from your desk. Plenty of space for your bike, skateboard and skateboard riding dog. Not to mention showers for those occasional *cough all nighters.

I am based in Asia. This office looks like the factory sweatshops that we use to make cheap products for export to the US. We keep the costs down by employing children and motivate them to work harder by beating them. Good to see that we are on a par with American advertising agencies.

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