Normally, you won’t find Playboy issues lining our coffee table (we're typically into shelter mags). But just because the timeless title isn’t exactly our style, doesn’t mean the brand itself isn’t chic. In fact Refinery29 was lucky enough to take a tour of the Playboy offices in Beverly Hills, and we are so happy they shared the fabulous images.
After years of being located in Chicago, the publication moved its headquarters to California just four months ago. The three-story, 44,280-square-foot space was designed by executives Landis Smithers and Kristin Patrick, along with architectural firm Wolcott Architecture| Interiors. It is filled with posh furniture like a vintage Borge Mogensen couch, modern accessories and lots of supple leather and wood, making this space appear like the ultimate bachelor pad. The subtle color platte punctuated by bright Andy Warhol prints adds a touch of sexiness we haven’t seen in other office tours. And of course, it doesn’t hurt to mention that beautiful “bunnies" can be spotted throughout the area on any given day.
But we particularly love the seven different conference rooms that are each named in honor of a piece of Playboy’s history. For instance one is named “The Marilyn.” Who wouldn't appreciate the vintage shot of Monroe hanging in the space -- even if she is baring it all?
Click through our slideshow to see some photos of the Playboy offices and head over to Refinery29 for the full story.
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