Angry Monkey Offices / Jensen Architects/Jensen & Macy Architects

© Sharon Risedorph

Jensen Architects/Jensen & Macy Architects designed playful custom mobile workstations for the offices of this web services company. They allow employees to easily relocate as job requirements necessitate, plugging into the overhead power-data-telephone raceway at any point in the office.

Architect: Jensen Architects/Jensen & Macy Architects
Location: 350 Ninth Street, San Francisco,
Project Team: Mark Jensen (Principal), Mark Macy (Principal), Dean Orr, Patricia Pollock
Electrical Engineer: Engineering Network
Contractor: Oliver & Company
Project Area: 5,500 sqf
Photographs: Sharon Risedorph

© Sharon Risedorph

Each desk has a formed polycarbonate privacy screen. Other elements in the office include a two-story-tall plant wall that screens the glare from eastern windows, a tunnel-shaped room that takes its form from the vertical bicycle storage, and a dining counter for lunch and meetings. Built-in upholstered banquettes provide extra seating and give the space a relaxed, lounge-like atmosphere.

© Sharon Risedorph
© Sharon Risedorph
© Sharon Risedorph

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