Warner Music is the world’s third largest recorded music business, and it definitely needs a headquarter space that reflects its influence and company ethos. Warner was outgrowing its previous spaces — which previously spanned six different buildings in London. Architectural firm Woods Bagot’s goal was to consolidate the different departments into one harmonious space into three buildings in West London, bringing the music company’s labels together at 37 Wrights Lane. By doing so, the three branches of Warner — the record labels, the publishing arm, and back-of-house functions — could coexist in close proximity and operate more efficiently. The space needed refurbishment and modernization, but the overall goal was to create a space that was unlike a conventional office. Check out the creative space above.
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