We just finished leading this office renovation in the north Financial District for an investment advisor firm that LOVES all things wood. officemorph worked with MacCracken Architects, Rossi Builders, InsideSource, Urban Timberworks, McMillan, and many others to orchestrate this dynamic workspace on schedule and within budget.
All Things Circular
This technology HQ for a non-profit client features the conversion of 30,000 RSF of light industrial space into a collaborative office space, including multiple work spaces, conference rooms, a break room and a demonstration room. Client wanted to incorporate circular shapes wherever they could - lights, soffits, tables, etc.! Kudos to our industry partners - Nelson, WCI, MG West, Knoll and CityLeaf.
It's Easy Being Green
Bringing more nature to the cityscape through green walls is a trend that doesn't seem to be going away anytime soon. We led the effort to add some lively color to the entrance of one of our San Francisco landlord clients. This installation included new stone work, irrigation, signage and lighting. Thanks to Huntsman Architectural Group and BCCI Construction for their partnership.
Sweet Speculative Suite
officemorph partnered with Skender Construction, In:Site, Huntsman and Brickman to renovate a speculative suite for a landlord client.The newly exposed ceiling concept and open kitchen adds some great energy to the space.
A Vision in Blue
officemorph acted as the client's representative in this turn-key project and managed all additional scopes including IT, AV, security, logos, graphics, furniture and the move itself. Special aspects included a glazing wall to create a larger break room as well as a build out of the client's IT intensive forensics lab. Special thanks to the hard-working teams at Field Construction, RMW Architecture & Interiors, Davis Partners, Jefferson Group and two for their partnership.
Roaring 20's, into the Present Day
officemorph lead the renovation of the 1920's era lobby of 315 Montgomery in partnership with BCCI Construction and Huntsman Architectural Group. The project required multiple iterations of design to align with the San Francisco Planning Department's requirements for historic structures. Despite the challenges of encountering unforeseen legacy building conditions along the way, the newly designed lobby is modernized while maintaining the themes of the original construction.