A new headquarters celebrates the record company’s history, its vast catalog of work, music making, and performance. Bright, contemporary, and concise work spaces span across the five-story main tower and an adjoining two-story office building that originally housed a Ford Model T assembly line. The contrast of old and new, hard and soft, and warm and cool materials creates a dynamic, future-forward home base for WMG’s 800 employees.
WMG is headquartered in a landmark Ford Factory building in Los Angeles's Arts District, built in 1912 to produce and showcase Model T's.
From showroom to showcase.
Seven of WMG's recording and publishing groups (Warner Bros. Records, Warner/Chappell, Atlantic, ADA, WEA, and Rhino) occupy spaces that reflect their individual cultures, creating mini-communities within the building. While each space is unique, they all feature open floor plans, clear sightlines, and a variety of communal spaces.