Convene Collaborates with HOK and Gensler on Two Co-Working Spaces in Los Angeles

A blackened steel-plate stair floating above a platform of IndoTeak engineered white oak defines the third-floor welcome area of Wells Fargo Center. Photography by Bilyana Dimitrova.

For Wells Fargo Center’s reception, HOK designed a custom desk with Calacatta marble topping a hot-rolled steel base; Warren Platner–designed armchairs by Knoll and Aiko swivel chairs by Softline sit nearby. Photography by Bilyana Dimitrova.

Heath Ceramics tile enlivens Wells Fargo Center's pantry, while a bold blue-painted phone room features an About A Chair from Hay and a Blu Dot table. Photography by Bilyana Dimitrova.

In Wells Fargo Center, Roll & Hill pendants spotlight a breakout area, with customized Martin Brattrud banquette covered in Unika Vaev’s Atelier 706-65 Palm and Bernhardt Essential leather. Photography by Bilyana Dimitrova.

Hay tables and chairs gather in the ground-floor café of Wells Fargo Center; at rear, Yellow Goat Design pendants hang above Hans Wegner armchairs and a DWR sofa. Photography by Bilyana Dimitrova.

In the Gensler-designed reception area of 777 Tower, the book-matched walnut storage wall is by AM Cabinets; Michael Thonet’s Era armchairs by DWR and ERG International tables line a corridor. Photography by Bilyana Dimitrova.

At 777 Tower, the Nourish Pantry features Pulp Studio laminated glass, a Lee Broom pendant, and an aggregate-concrete countertop. Photography by Bilyana Dimitrova.

The 120-foot-long Type II vinyl ceiling mural by WRAPPED Fine Art graces a feature corridor at 777 Tower. Photography by Bilyana Dimitrova.

A breakout space at 777 Tower doubles as a gallery, with Tom Dixon poufs servicing a custom banquette by JLF with Unika Vaev and Luna Textiles upholstery. Photography by Bilyana Dimitrova.

Outfitted with Blu Dot chairs and Allermuir tables, a lounge at 777 Tower is partitioned by a New Era Blacksmiths room divider, with Pulp Studios laminated glass framed in iron and blackened steel; the bar pairs Caeserstone with Turkish Rosso Levanto marble. Photography by Bilyana Dimitrova.

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