Neustar, San Francisco

2014 | San Francisco, CA

  • Neustar, San Francisco Connecting Stair Photo: Bruce Damonte
  • Neustar, San Francisco Reception Photo: Bruce Damonte
  • Neustar, San Francisco Conference Room Photo: Bruce Damonte
  • Neustar, San Francisco Break Area/All Hands Photo: Bruce Damonte
  • Neustar, San Francisco Scrim Detail Photo: Bruce Damonte
  • Neustar, San Francisco Open Work Area Photo: Bruce Damonte
  • Neustar, San Francisco Library Photo: Bruce Damonte
  • Neustar, San Francisco Briefing Center Photo: Bruce Damonte
  • Neustar, San Francisco Break Area Photo: Bruce Damonte
  • Neustar, San Francisco Reception Detail Photo: Bruce Damonte

STUDIOS worked with internet communications firm Neustar on the multi-phased occupation of 128,000 sf within the recently completed Foundry Square Building 3, which was also designed by STUDIOS.

The space includes reception, meeting rooms in various sizes, customer briefing center, training room, largely open plan work areas, all-hands space, dining, multiple break areas and open collaborative spaces, as well as three libraries. The custom sit/stand workstations are stained oak with blackened steel leg loops.

Community spaces are gathered at the corner and face out onto a public plaza while quieter, more concentrative areas – such as the libraries – are located at the back of the building.

A grand stair connects the reception with the all-hands space, encouraging interaction and a lively atmosphere. An anodized aluminum art piece serves as a scrim between stacked conference rooms and the stair, allowing for a sense of privacy without blocking views in or out. The piece was commissioned from artist Laurie Frick, who creates graphic representations of data collected through her personal GPS.

Awards

  • 2015

    Interior Design Make it Work Awards, Best Staircase