Stir brings a little “Kinetic” energy to Live Nation’s Global HQ

March 30th, 2016 by Phil Williams |


Stir recently completed a custom installation for Live Nation Entertainment’s global headquarters in Beverly Hills, CA. In a close collaboration with a Stir exclusive dealer in Los Angeles, Tangram Studio, hundreds of Stir Kinetic Desks were installed at the “Ice House” building in downtown Beverly Hills. Each workstation featured a one-of-a-kind, solid walnut top built onto a base supplied by Stir – this was the first project for Stir where our technology met a custom top at the jobsite.

We’re doing more projects like this one with our recently announced standalone base product, the NEW Stir Kinetic Desk Base L1. The L1 includes the legs, frame, electronics and software of a Stir Kinetic Desk, minus the desktop, and Stir Analytics. Michael Rapino, CEO of Live Nation Entertainment said,

“The value in Stir technology is its ability to get people to move throughout their workday. It’s fantastic to see the summary data on things like standing time and incremental calorie burn for the company as a whole, using the Stir Analytics dashboard. That data shows me that our investment in this more active way of working is paying off.”

Live Nation found the perfect fit with their own one-of-a-kind custom design. Now, using the NEW Base L1 as your foundation, your next project can feature custom Stir Kinetic Desks for around $1000 per desk when purchased in volume. If you’re ready to discuss design specifics, you can find a Stir-Certified Dealer near you, send our sales team a message directly or visit our website to learn more about Stir products, custom built for the office.


Post By: Phil Williams
Phil is the Content Marketing Specialist at Stir. He spends his days (and nights) planning, writing, & helping to produce the "Voice of Stir" - which includes everything from Stir's product manuals and video content, to product packaging and leading the development of
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