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De Meza + Architecture | Geary Street

Interiors De Meza + Architecture | Geary Street

De Meza + Architecture | Geary StreetDe Meza + Architecture, Inc. (DM+A) was hired to transform a tired, bare-bones space into a showcase headquarters for a New York Time’s best-selling author and business consultant and his growing company. Originally used as a practice studio for the American Conservatory Theatre before being used for offices, the 5,000 square foot space spanned two floors and a mezzanine.
De Meza + Architecture | Geary Street
De Meza + Architecture | Geary Street

De Meza + Architecture | Geary StreetThe client’s very ambitious and uncompromising program call for a private, acoustically isolated space for the company head; 11 private offices for staff; a conference room; smaller meeting spaces; two kitchens; storage and a gallery space for art display and social gathering.

De Meza + Architecture | Geary Street

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De Meza + Architecture | Geary StreetDM+A used a combination of custom millwork and furnishings paired with budget conscious materials and fixtures to create a dynamic and unique space that is a perfect reflection of the client and his company’s brand.

Location: San Francisco, USA
Architect: De Meza + Architecture
Project name: Geary Street
Size: 5,000 sf
Services: Interior Architecture
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