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The Foxhead Global Headquarters is a Mini Metropolis

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: clivewilkinson & behance.net
The Foxhead Global Headquarters could easily be mistaken for S.H.I.E.L.D's (or another comic book organization) base of operations. Everything from the imposing black walls to the red artery-like entrance points in this direction. Of course, it is also well suited to its actual purpose, the main office of the motocross apparel company.

Conceived when the Foxhead Global Headquarters was set to relocated from Morgan Hill, in Northern California, to Irvine, California, it was designed by Culver City-based Clive Wilkinson Architects. They turned an existing warehouse into an airy space the reflected the inner workings of a 'city.' With everything from a 'main street' to 'neighborhoods,' the Foxhead Global Headquarters is quite the metropolis. The designers writes, "The resulting ‘city’ is a reflection of the company’s character: an open and creative workplace that fosters interaction between varied groups of specialists." Stats for Artery-Like Atriums Trending: This Year & Mild
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