Architecture firm Ware Malcomb has unveiled images of the new corporate headquarters of meal replacement company Soylent, which has relocated ot the At Mateo property in the Arts District.

The approximately 29,000-square-foot office, an expansion on Soylent's prior Downtown headquarters, features a black and white color palette that reflects of the company's product branding.  The images show an open floor plan connecting various breakout rooms and private workspaces.  The office's perimeter is wrapped with 10-foot-high glass walls to allow for daylight infiltration, while operable windows and roll-up doors allow direct access to the property's roofotp patio.

The office also includes a co-working space called the "Soylent Innovation Lab."

Mobile games maker Scopely has leased the entirety of an office building now under construction near the Expo Line's Culver City Station, reports the Los Angeles Times.  

Scopely, which makes "Star Trek Fleet Command," and other games, will occupy all 60,000 square feet of space at the four-story edifice now being built at 8888 Washington Boulevard.  The company will move from an existing 28,000-square-foot office in the nearby Hayden Tract.

The new building, designed by Abramson Teiger Architects, is considered an expansion of The Platform, an adjacent mixed-use complex built by Runyon Group.

Occupancy at 8888 Washington is expected to begin after the building's completion in 2020.

Scopely's lease comes within the same month that HBO announced plans to move its West Coast headquarters to a 240,000-square-foot office building now under construction next to Culver City City Station.