Commune occupies a wood-clad office of its own design in L.A.’s Westlake

When it came time to search for a new and larger office space in Los Angeles, Roman Alonso and Steven Johanknecht, principals of Commune, were drawn to a Spanish Colonial building at the center of Westlake where the multifaceted design firm could share a roof with like-minded creative practices, including an art gallery and a film production company. They then transformed a large portion of the upper floor into a visual testament to the collaboration undertaken by many skillful hands. “The studio itself,” Alonso told AN Interior, “carries this sense of community through the team that made it possible: our local millworkers, furniture makers, upholsterers, and artisans.”

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