There are only a handful of National Historic Landmarks in LA, and we’re excited to call one our new home.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) September 20, 2017
BrandCulture today announces their office move to the historic Bradbury Building in Downtown Los Angeles. The branding and cultural development agency enters the vibrant downtown creative movement, and continues to reenergize the oldest commercial building in LA, the Bradbury Building.
Over the past few decades, the LA landmark, built in 1893, has mostly been occupied by the LAPD and other government agencies. Now, with downtown LA’s recent revival, creatives began to knock on the door. “With all the new construction going up, we seized a contrarian opportunity to relocate our Los Angeles office to the Bradbury Building,” says Eric Pinckert, managing director of BrandCulture. “There are only a handful of National Historic Landmarks in LA, and we’re excited to call one our new home.”
LA’s downtown has indeed seen an abundance of new construction of late, further memorializing the skylit atrium and intricate ironwork of the Bradbury Building, which served as the home of Harrison Ford’s character in the iconic '80s sci-fi thriller, Blade Runner (among many other movies and TV shows). And, with the upcoming release of Blade Runner 2049, the building possesses a revitalized intrinsic draw.
The BrandCulture offices are now a destination: complete with a ride in a cage elevator and a quick walk from Bunker Hill, Grand Central Market, and The Broad Museum. This renowned setting is one of four international BrandCulture office locations, along with Atlanta, San Francisco, and Barcelona. The Bradbury Building is located at 304 S Broadway in Los Angeles.
Founded in 2006, BrandCulture helps clients build standout brands, nurture strong cultures and realize superior results. With offices in Los Angeles, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Barcelona, BrandCulture pioneered the concept of Shared Purpose, merging branding and culture development to help organizations create productive cultures that drive business performance. Strong Cultures = Great Brands. To learn more, visit brandculture.com.