ENV Los Angeles

At ENV’s Los Angeles office, we specialize in interiors and workplace strategy for corporate environments. We’re a fun and focused team with a reputation for delivering high-value design.

Our own work environment, by design, challenges our team to think collectively and creatively. We love the work we do and the people we work with, and it shows.

A Dedicated, Diverse Team

We are a talented team with diverse skills and cultural backgrounds. Together, we’ve created a culture of learning, continuous growth, and work-life balance. As a team and as individuals, we’re committed to building relationships in the communities where we live and work.

Empowered by Design

At ENV Los Angeles, we aim to improve the way individuals interact with the built environment. We challenge ourselves by embracing inventive ideas, respecting diverse perspectives, and encouraging our team members to pursue new initiatives.

Our Los Angeles team is made up of top leaders and innovators in architecture and design. Our passions are cultivated by leadership, fostering an atmosphere of continuous growth.
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Focused on You

With every project, we find strategic ways to integrate our client’s brand and vision into their space. We build lasting partnerships with our clients through open communication, individual attention, and a commitment to delivering quality projects on time and on budget.

Exceeding Expectations

Working with ENV always gives us the opportunity to inject our vision and essentially our brand into the look and feel of our offices. Over the past 15 years I have worked with ENV on a variety of projects; from creating new office design standards and build-outs to owner-occupied remodels. Each project had its own set of challenges, but we always found a way to work through them as a team. Not only does the firm create highly productive workspaces, each space immediately conveys a sense of trust and community for our customers and employees.
Mark Gordon
SVP, Director of Corporate Real Estate & Vendor Management of First Foundation
One of the reasons we leaned towards ENV was because of the questions they were asking regarding our functional workspace and adjacencies. And I know that programming is a large part of tenant improvements and space design, but we're working in a space where we're not looking at moving a lot of departments around, we just need to remove small offices to create for additional workstations, we need to open up some space to allow more natural light. But [ENV] was asking questions, very proactively, that other design firms were not asking.