Moody's is a leading provider of quantitative credit analysis tools to lenders, investors, and corporations. With this move to Foundry Square and acquisition of KMV, Moody's consolidated its San Francisco and Walnut Creek locations in order to share resources, increase efficiency, and create a unified presence for the firm. Huntsman's design utilizes the building's open plan to engage departments and foster communication among employees; a shift from how the client had been working in its previous offices. Huntsman worked with Moody's KMV to establish a West Coast aesthetic, without overlooking the parent company's more traditional roots. The interior design features a warm and bright palette focused on communicating the firm's brand with a uniquely Californian identity.
Location San Francisco, CA
Scope Workplace Planning and Design
Size 57,000 square feet
"Ties Versus Khakis," Contract, May 2007
Architectural Lighting, July/August 2006
Credits Photography by David Wakely