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Douglas Elliman Makes a Grand Entrance Onto the L.A. Scene with its Patrick Tighe-Designed Office
Interior Design, July 1, 2016
No doubt about it. Douglas Elliman Real Estate is a big deal, with $22 billion in sales in 2015 alone. So the company’s first Los Angeles office had to be, well, a big deal. And who better to make it one than Patrick Tighe. Not only is his portfolio chock-full of the high-caliber residences that are Douglas Elliman’s stock in trade, but he also has expertise in commercial projects. As for a location, Beverly Hills was ideal.
Douglas Elliman hit the jackpot at the former William Morris Endeavor headquarters, a glass building being renovated at the time. A lease was signed for 10,000 square feet split between the ground and second levels, and discussions between Tighe, chairman Howard Lorber, and president and CEO Dottie Herman began. “Edgy, current, residential in character,” Tighe recalls of early directives. A tall order.
The other part of the mandate for Patrick Tighe Architecture had to do with the workplace-showplace equation. All 100 agents are upstairs, where the exposed ceiling is lit an otherworldly blue, and gray-and-black striped carpet flows past the workstations and into the private offices. The latter, fronted by bronze-framed glass, range from just 80 to 150 square feet. Tighe executed his mission and created one of the most beautiful offices in Beverly Hills.