The corporate spirit of Splunk, the international data software company headquartered in San Francisco, is innovative, passionate, disruptive, open, and fun. A predictable, staid headquarters was out of the question. The new Splunk headquarters features unexpected furnishings, fun custom finishes, and distinctive surprises.
The edgy office at 220 Sansome Street in San Francisco—home to advertising agency MUH-TAY-ZIK | HOF-FER—is a 7,000-square-foot testament to collaboration between client and designer. “I wanted to invent something I couldn’t think of,” explains John Matejczyk, the agency’s cofounder and creative director
Unity has emerged as the world’s leading software platform for universally accessible game development. Embodying the company’s democratized approach, Unity’s new San Francisco headquarters was designed as an open framework for building next generation gaming tools.
Since Uber’s inception in 2009, the company has transformed the way we live by connecting over a billion riders to drivers in 450 cities and counting. In 2015, Uber opened the Advanced Technologies Group (ATG) Center in Pittsburgh to research and develop solutions for mapping, vehicle safety, and autonomous transportation.
Located in the heart of the Brooklyn tech triangle, frog’s new workspace is a dynamic environment optimized to support the work of the renowned industrial design firm. The Frog offices includes a range of permeable environments, from open-plan stations, to private team rooms, to public gathering and gallery spaces.
The Two-Way House embodies a multitude of conversations between ourselves and our clients to realize the marriage of San Francisco’s historic urban fabric with today’s modern needs/desires in a thoughtfully crafted home filled with daylight seamlessly connecting to the garden.