Crossinstall reached out to MSA to redesign their new and expanding location. The 360 views is the selling point of the space and was taken advantage of in the open office concept. MSA made sure that all new walls and millwork wouldn’t hinder the amazing views of San Francisco.
Using the Crossinstall logo as our design inspiration, we incorporated many “angles” and “x” patterns in majority of the finishes in the space without being too literal in representing the logo. The Plyboo feature walls is a major highlight of the space, providing warmth in the elevator lobby and interesting wall patterns in main lounge that resonates from the platform to the breakroom are.
Blurb’s office had not been updated since the early startup phase. The goal was to emphasize brand identity in lobby, reception and conference rooms. Areas were to showcase customer projects and images.
Macys.com required an efficient, flexible plan to accommodate rapid growth projection and a dynamic design to attract top notch Bay Area tech talent. Designed to facilitate 1,300 staff, the space is LEED Gold.
The six floors of the new workspace maintain the panoramic views of the city while helping to unify Macy’s brand through visually tying the stores merchandising strategy with their online objectives.