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FreelandBuck
Architecture by FreelandBuck at Hungry Man Productions, Los Angeles - Architectural Design
Image credit: Eric Staudenmeier
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Architectural Design

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Loosely organized across the large open floor area, the informal arrangement of office spaces creates a diversity of stable and flexible working configurations. Feigning randomness, the cubicles are calibrated to support specific relationships between staff while leaving adjacent breakout spaces open and flexible. In addition, cubicle boxes pile up to make visually prominent display and projection areas that take full advantage of the generous ceiling height of the warehouse shell.

Project team: David Freeland and Brennan Buck, Takayuki Tachibe, Belinda Lee, Alexander Kim, Gary Dominguez, Chenming Jiang
General Contractor: Specon Corporation

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FreelandBuck is an architectural design practice based in Los Angeles, formed in 2010. Affiliated with Yale University and Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-ARC), the office focuses on the spatial, atmospheric and structural potential of computational pattern.

Our work on commercial interiors and speculative installations translates the digital space of software into physical, tectonic reality through the precision of pattern. At the scale of houses and larger institutional buildings, the office designs integral networks of distinct spaces, creating intimacy within larger buildings and institutions. At the scale of the city, our work focuses on the strategic reconfiguration of infrastructure, developing natural and urban systems supple enough to insinuate themselves into the existing geometry of the city.The firm has exhibited widely and received the 2011 ArchIs Prize from the Los Angeles AIA. Our work in the United States and Europe has been featured in Architectural Record, Detail, Frame, Azure, Surface and LOG as well as several recent books on Architecture and Technology.