Originally the offices of 1960s Beverly Hills architect Arthur Froehlich, the building is now home to the creative offices and post-production facility for an established TV writer/director. Nearly 50% of the original structure was torn down and reconstructed to suit the new owner’s specific needs. A small edit suite was incorporated into the ground floor, along with a large communal kitchen. The break area has large banquettes and opens onto a ground-floor patio. Private offices are located on the second floor, along with a double-height great room and 30 seat screening room. Outdoor space abounds, with large open terraces on both sides of the structure. The building was carefully designed to offer a variety of distinct spaces and environments to encourage creative thought. Interior Design was in conjunction with Elizabeth Dinkle Design.