With a move to a three-story brick warehouse formerly used to manufacture and store copper wiring, ServiceSource was able to accommodate a staff of 200 in one central location. Occupying the whole building allowed the company to translate its newly developed brand identity into an immersive three-dimensional experience.
The branding solution features 20th century icons and the partners that made them successful, much like ServiceSource does with its clients: Supergraphics of James Bond, Han Solo and John Lennon, carry corresponding room names of “Q”, “Chewie” and “Paul” respectively.
With most of the staff working in a call-center environment, Huntsman developed a non-orthogonal workstation layout to create an efficient, dynamic, and more private configuration. Interspersed on each floor are circular booths in brand colors that provide collaborative teaming space or a quiet reading area. The design was inspired by the nomadic yurts of Central Asia.
Location San Francisco, CA
Scope Workplace Planning and Design, Environmental Branding
Size 45,000 square feet
Shaw Contract Group, Design Is People's Choice Award, 2009
Credits Photography by Sharon Risedorph