The curated cloud development community with the less-than-ethereal name of Heavybit Industries has only been in its current office space in San Francisco’s SOMA (South of Market) location since the summer of 2012, but they’ve already changed everything about the way we think of great office space.
When architectural firm IwamotoScott was presented with the challenge of transforming a three-story warehouse at 325 9th Street in San Francisco’s SOMA district into a habitable workspace to be shared by early stage cloud development teams, they knew they had their work cut out for them. The client wanted to retain the heavy urban industrial physicality of the original structure while providing architectural interventions that would impart an open, cloudlike feel to a new development community office space in San Francisco.
The vibe in SOMA (South of Market) is decidedly urban with just a smidge of industrial decay. With interior design conceptualized by the client and executed by IwamotoScott Architecture, the Heavybit Industries office offers a range of remarkable features that include bar-height work tables, a dining area with a Y-shaped tables, a stage, and a public address system. San Franciscans do quite well without cars, thank you, so the glass-and-reclaimed-wood bike room is an addition quite welcomed by the developers who do what they do in this wide open workspace. Innovation and excellence are evident on all three floors of the AIASF award-winning Heavybit Industries building.
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