A Look Into Jay-Z and Roc Nation’s Los Angeles Office Designed by Willo Perron

The October issue of Architectural Digest, gives a closer look into Roc Nation’s headquarters in Los Angeles. Designed by Willo Perron, who has worked with Jay-Z for 10 years on various projects from live performances and album packaging to home design gives readers a walk though of the office space.

Perron’s describes the design concept for the L.A. offices of the entertainment firm, “I didn’t want it to feel like a caricatured media or management office, with music blaring and video screens everywhere. I wasn’t interested in that kind of sensory over-?load,” Perron explains. “I wanted to do the opposite, to create a zen environment conducive to ideas and conversation, a space where you can actually think,” he adds.

Take a look at the LA office below and if your curious to see what the office in New York looks like click here.

In the diningmeeting area sinuous banquettes with chairs by Vico Magistretti.
In the dining/meeting area, sinuous banquettes with chairs by Vico Magistretti

The lounges coffee bar is clad in Calacatta viola marble photographs by Hanna Liden and wallhung sculpture by Moffat...
The lounge’s coffee bar is clad in Calacatta viola marble; photographs by Hanna Liden and wall-hung sculpture by Moffat Takadiwa. 

Jay-Z’s executive suite is outfitted with a Charlotte Perriand desk and Erberto Carboni chairs. The Derrick Adams painting is part of a collection curated by Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn

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