Designed by global architecture firm Gensler, this extremely chic, highly pinnable HQ in San Francisco was custom created to fit the monochromatic visions of the advertising agency MUH-TAY-ZIK | HOF-FER. Spanning across two floors in a 1920's building, the the space is almost entirely color free, save for a few hot pink details—including a massive mural of the company's antler logo. "The people we have here bring the color," explains kindly Creative Director John Matejczyk. "We decided to complement them with an entirely black and white design for the space." Further fostering that community spirit are communal marble worktables—an up-and-coming trendy office staple—that take the place of boring old desks or cubicles.
Besides this community-centric work floor, the open layout also devotes a whole lot of room to perfectly appointed lounge space that looks exactly like some intimidatingly cool loft apartment, complete with arching, twenty-foot-high windows and the "world's only known Jacobean ping-pong table." Tucked away to one side, there are also glamorous, slightly gothic meeting alcoves with cheeky names like "Mack Daddy" and "The Champagne Room." Curbed SF has the full gallery of photos, right this way.
· Inside the FiDi Offices of Ad Agency MUH-TAY-ZIK | HOF-FER [Curbed SF]
· All Office Spaces posts [Curbed National]