Slack’s CEO Stewart Butterfield took inspiration from his passion and love of the outdoors to provide the vision for their SF Headquarters. Each floor reflects the landscapes of the Pacific Crest Trail, with the goal of creating links between hiking the wilderness and work. We worked heavily with the design team from O + A to select accessories, pillows and décor that recreated the outdoor experience. Petrified wood pieces and vibrant moss walls evoked imagery of old-growth forests. Tiny details such as vintage books, delicate baubles, and colorful ceramic pottery accented each floor with warmth and texture, bringing the space to life. UPDATED
Uber’s new headquarters is a design project on an epic scale, spanning four buildings, 40 stories, and over one million square feet. The design vision was to create a microcity within a city, joining cafés, plazas, libraries, and event spaces into neighborhoods that evoke all the places city-dwellers know and love. We sourced the decor for the entire project, helping synthesize the work of two interior design firms, RMW and Huntsman Architectural Group. The goal was to add décor that was reminiscent of items that you would have at home and to highlight the beautiful finishes and materials used throughout the space. The result is a cohesive style from two of San Francisco’s leading firms.