Construction of Frank Kehri’s Second Century Plan advanced in the United States
Frank Kehri’s second-century project, which will house Warner Bros.’s new headquarters, is under construction in the United States. After opening in early 2020, the project now has its structure and is taking the form of a homepage. Planned for completion in 2023 to mark the manufacturer’s centenary, the project features a series of sloping, medium-height office towers compiled into two distinct structures, such as “floating glaciers on the highway”.
Project described by Frank Kehri “Recover the feeling of old Hollywood beauty” This is part of Warner Bros.’s major expansion plan, which includes the acquisition of Burbank Studios. The project, which includes two seven- and nine-story buildings, offers 74,300 square meters of office space and other additional projects.
When viewed from the highway, the project has a sculptural glass facade that combines the two structures that make up the project’s identity. The volume dialogue with the dimensions of the surrounding studios, to the interior of the land, at the same time provides outdoor space for staff. The perforated metal facades facing the Burbank studio divide the blocks into several tower-like structures.
The project is currently set to open in 2023 at the 100th anniversary of Warner Bros., from which the new building gets its name. When completed, the project will mark the architectural landmark of the film industry in Los Angeles.
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