May/June '17 Newsletter
Office with a View
Beautiful view from our office, looking down on a bustling downtown San Francisco street at lunchtime. Can you guess the intersection? (Answer at the bottom of this newsletter)
A Message from Our Principal
This is one of our favorite times of year as days get warmer and longer, and we transition into summertime. We are currently in a similar transition with our workload, as many projects are coming to a close, with many new ones starting to take off. We look forward collaborating with partners new and old in the second half of 2017. - Adam Felson
We helped Social Security Administration's Chinatown branch get a refresh to their office and public area spaces. The branch can now serve twice as many customers in this complex, multi-phased project performed while operations had to be keep running at all times.
Casie McCarthy has over 10 years of experience practicing architecture around commercial interiors, education, hospitality and multi-family facilities. This work, plus a BA in Architecture from Auburn University, has provided Casie with a breath of knowledge from the architect's perspective, which enables her to positively impact schedules and expectations for our clients.
While not working, Casie enjoys traveling the world and photographing every moment. When she's home in San Francisco, you can find her intensely dedicated to finding the city's best ice creams!
Co-working, where groups of business share office space and resources, has ballooned in popularity, and officemorph has enjoyed opening its corporate headquarters in a space operated by WeWork, a co-working industry leader with new locations popping up around the globe. This alternative is here to stay, allowing companies to have increased flexibility in lease terms while fostering creativity and networking. The concept is also starting to catch on for more than just start-ups and small organizations.
A couple of our latest adventures outside of the office
Casie recently visited Vancouver for the fist time! She enjoyed cold and sunny weather riding bikes around the city with her husband, Zaid.
Ali has been in love with live theater since her grandparents took her every summer to Broadway shows, starting at age 9. Seeing Hamilton live on the San Francisco tour was a bucket list item indeed!
The intersection shown in the first photo on this newsletter is California & Kearny. Did you guess correctly? You are good!
600 California Street, San Francisco CA 94108