The Whitehouse office
Bruce Bolander, Los Angeles-based architect, has completed the architectural and design work on the Chicago office of international editorial company The Whitehouse. via
The influence of Matthew Wood’s love of primary color can be seen throughout the space, in surprising elements such as the multicolored locks on the vintage lockers and the bright purple rug in the client lounge, as well as accent walls.
This attention to detail and passion for creativity in all forms is emblematic of The Whitehouse itself. The humorous awkward portraits that line the credenza, bathroom plaques and trophies go to the history of the company, as the modern take on furniture speaks to their forward-thinking philosophy.