This project in Redwood City consisted of 180,000 square feet of office space in two buildings. It included a large server room, cafeteria, gym, training rooms, and conference facility.

A San Francisco software company wanted to convert a convention center space into new offices. Several new two story buildings connect to the street level. The space plan includes a putting green and a movie theater / training room.

This San Jose project added a steel mezzanine in an old manufacturing facility, and converted the building to an open office space plan. The tenant improvements included a face lift of the building exterior, and a wall of glass from the mezzanine overlooking the new lobby.

These conceptual studies are for a warehouse conversion. The design concept was to keep the industrial feeing but add windows, skylights, and bright colors to balance the concrete and steel. New two story areas were added for an overlook to the open office area below.

My experience in commercial projects range from small medical and legal offices to 200,000 square foot office spaces. My priority in the layout of the space plan and the development of the interior design is to meet the needs of each client and capture the identity and philosophy of their office environment.

I also provide marketing drawings for realtors and building owners to show the space’s potential for marketing materials.