Though we moved into our new office in April, we’ve been reluctant to post photos until everything is ‘just right’.  Well, 9 months later, we’re ready to deliver.  Originally, the suite was divided into several smaller offices and storage areas, and our first big design move was to open up the space to the north facing wall of windows and to refinish the concrete floors.  Two spaces – the conference room and the printer/storage rooms – are defined by a simple board cladding stained black while the rest of the walls and surfaces are painted light. The reception desk is clad to match the black stained panels.


A favorite space is the conference room with sliding glass and steel panels and an oversized conference table which we can all fit around for lunch, seminars or dice games.  The kitchen was ordered from IKEA and ‘dressed up’ with a couple of simple design moves.  As many in our office bike to work, we found a tension bike rack that allows us to stack two bikes on each rack in the hallway.  We also worked with well-known artist Catherine Wagner to select a few of her photographs for the new space and emerging artist Meghan Urback who we commissioned to create two unique pieces for us.  While we miss the diversity around SOMA, we enjoy having more elbow room, lots of light and extra desks for interns and graphics.




Special thanks for helping us settle in:

Tom Kessenich, General Contractor

Kyle Mortz, Art of Construction

Steve Nichols, Mueller Nichols

Jay Bakaler, MetroEighteen

Rocket Science Consulting

Phil Tiffin, 522 Industries

Aaron Robinson, Aaron Robinson Cabinets & Design

Manuel Hidalgo, Commercial Woodworking

Christopher Naefke Cabinets

Light Waves Imaging