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    Salesforce.com
    San Francisco, CA 65,000 s.f.

    A much more timeless and sophisticated look than the typical dot.com, Salesforce's new offices in the historic Landmark Building at One Market Street still retain the amenities such as the zinc and steel cappuccino bar, recreation areas, and open collaborative work stations while maintaining a seriousness synonymous to their work.

    Working with the beauty of the pre-existing building elements; exposed red brick and cast concrete columns, while interjecting sleek contemporary soffits concealing the mechanical, electrical and data runs allows for a very open and flexible space plan.

    Russ Naylor, Lead Architect/ Lead Designer while an Associate at Ai.
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    Salesforce.com
    San Francisco, CA 65,000 s.f.

    A much more timeless and sophisticated look than the typical dot.com, Salesforce's new offices in the historic Landmark Building at One Market Street still retain the amenities such as the zinc and steel cappuccino bar, recreation areas, and open collaborative work stations while maintaining a seriousness synonymous to their work.

    Working with the beauty of the pre-existing building elements; exposed red brick and cast concrete columns, while interjecting sleek contemporary soffits concealing the mechanical, electrical and data runs allows for a very open and flexible space plan.

    Russ Naylor, Lead Architect/ Lead Designer while an Associate at Ai.
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    Salesforce.com
    San Francisco, CA 65,000 s.f.

    A much more timeless and sophisticated look than the typical dot.com, Salesforce's new offices in the historic Landmark Building at One Market Street still retain the amenities such as the zinc and steel cappuccino bar, recreation areas, and open collaborative work stations while maintaining a seriousness synonymous to their work.

    Working with the beauty of the pre-existing building elements; exposed red brick and cast concrete columns, while interjecting sleek contemporary soffits concealing the mechanical, electrical and data runs allows for a very open and flexible space plan.

    Russ Naylor, Lead Architect/ Lead Designer while an Associate at Ai.
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    Salesforce.com
    San Francisco, CA 65,000 s.f.

    A much more timeless and sophisticated look than the typical dot.com, Salesforce's new offices in the historic Landmark Building at One Market Street still retain the amenities such as the zinc and steel cappuccino bar, recreation areas, and open collaborative work stations while maintaining a seriousness synonymous to their work.

    Working with the beauty of the pre-existing building elements; exposed red brick and cast concrete columns, while interjecting sleek contemporary soffits concealing the mechanical, electrical and data runs allows for a very open and flexible space plan.

    Russ Naylor, Lead Architect/ Lead Designer while an Associate at Ai.
  • CLOSE

    Salesforce.com
    San Francisco, CA 65,000 s.f.

    A much more timeless and sophisticated look than the typical dot.com, Salesforce's new offices in the historic Landmark Building at One Market Street still retain the amenities such as the zinc and steel cappuccino bar, recreation areas, and open collaborative work stations while maintaining a seriousness synonymous to their work.

    Working with the beauty of the pre-existing building elements; exposed red brick and cast concrete columns, while interjecting sleek contemporary soffits concealing the mechanical, electrical and data runs allows for a very open and flexible space plan.

    Russ Naylor, Lead Architect/ Lead Designer while an Associate at Ai.