Inside Social Envi’s Bungalow Offices

Los Angeles-based Social Media Marketing firm Social Envi has recently moved into a new office for their growing company. Housed within a bungalow-style home, the company has created a comfortable space with the help of design firm MFEO.

You may remember that Jason Raich of Social Envi had submitted a question several months ago wondering what the growing company should aim for in terms of future office size.

A bit of info about the current space:

“A converted bungalow Los Angeles now serves as the homey headquarters for Social Envi, a social media marketing agency that creates vibrant social environments for brands. The space was designed to efficiently house an 11-member team within roughly 850 square feet, while creating a fun, colorful environment to foster client success.

Designed by MFEO, the interior is an unexpected amalgamation of industrial mod, featuring custom-made solutions such as worktables, whiteboards made of reclaimed wood, and built-in shelving.

As a result of the company’s continued growth, Social Envi is now on the hunt for a warehouse in the Culver City area large enough to accommodate their expanding teams, as well as maybe a juice bar and game tables. The idea is to have full creative control of the space and create a culture their clients can Envi.”

Design: MFEO
Photography: Jayson Oertel