NeueHouse Hollywood is the West Coast flagship of the world’s first private work collective. Created for entrepreneurs in creative industries, the concept was introduced in New York in 2013. Housed in L.A.’s landmark CBS Radio Building and Studio, designed by Swiss-born architect William Lescaze, NeueHouse’s second location sustains the creative energy unique to this iconic structure.
The 1938 building has an unmistakable vibrancy: It’s from here that the baritone voice of Orson Welles suffused the nation’s wireless airwaves and Lucille Ball took her first steps toward America’s television screens. Lescaze designed the building to embody the principles of the International Style—quiet and austere—and Rockwell Group’s restoration and additions maintain its brilliance and modernity, finding strength in streamlined geometry and the delicate use of machine age materials.