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Confidential Technology Client

Photographer: Marco Zecchin

In response to a growing staff, this internet media company bought a 3-story, 95,000 sf building, extending its existing San Bruno corporate campus. The design takes cues from pioneering, pop-culture icons and incorporate them floor by floor. Upon entering the reception area, a wall of screens, from cell phones to tablets to LED televisions, are prominently displayed. The David Bowie themed Hunger Café highlights the famed singer’s chameleonic characters, while LED mesh screens emit light artistry as well as play videos. The top two floors are filled with open work areas accented by neighboring break out spaces, phone rooms, and lounge areas. The Warhol themed second floor is reminiscent of “the Factory” – Andy Warhol’s New York Studio. Coco Chanel dictates the third floor’s direction. Balancing the high design of Chanel, the third-floor library is constructed to portray the organic architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright.

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95,000 square feet

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