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When Seattle-based DesignBuild practice Build LLC were approached by the client for a new office branch in San Francisco, they brought  Zack | de Vito Architecture on board as production architects to oversee the conversion of an old saw-toothed warehouse building in SoMA, to a hip startup office space.

Double height spaces were used to create colorful breakout spaces and communal areas, away from the more conventionally proportioned conference rooms. Large ‘tech’ rooms are drenched with natural light and ventilation, which can be viewed from a mezzanine that peers through original trusses. To break away from the muted computers terminals and recording studios, access to a roof deck with views to the San Francisco skyline should prove a popular after work drinking spot.

 

Photography: Build LLC


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