Chemistry breaks in their new office on the Westside


By theatlantaegotist / /

In case you didn’t know, Chemistry made the move from  Buckhead to West Midtown, transforming a former oil storage warehouse into a 14000’ home designed by Josephine Design House. With two large mezzanines and an open floor plan to foster collaboration and team meetings, the new space encourages interactive creativity and sets up the agency to continue to do groundbreaking work. All that PR speak to say the new office is pretty sick.

Earlier this month they had a big ole opening party to break in the space with special guests

  •  FRKO, known for his work with Action Bronson, Gucci Mane, Reebok, and Chemistry’s work with Red Bull.
  •  Fabian Williams best known for his work depicting the seemingly state sanctioned violence perpetrated against black men. Before dedicating himself to art, he spent more than a decade working in the ad industry with big brands like Nike, Warner Bros and HBO.
  • American voice actor and singerCam Clark, known for his voice work in animation, video games and commercials.
  • Chuck Porter, co-founder + chairman of ad agency Crispin Porter + Bogusky (CP+B)

Pictures from the new space and the welcome party below


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