A Tour of Skycatch’s San Francisco HQ
Skycatch, a data analytics company that builds technology to autonomously capture, process, and analyze 3D drone data, recently appointed architecture firm Costa Brown Architecture to design their new headquarters in San Francisco.
“The space was part of a complete renovation and seismic upgrade to a historic former warehouse building. The brick and concrete structure, once covered in paint, were sandblasted to showcase the natural colors and textures of the materials. A custom designed and fabricated Polygal screen defines the entrance space, providing a visual connection to the workspace while retaining privacy. A large open space for adaptable working conditions fosters collaboration, and a custom café under the double height mezzanine area allows employees to enjoy a social setting while in the work environment,” says Costa Brown Architecture
- Location: SoMa – San Francisco, California
- Size: 8,000 square feet
- Design/Architecture: Costa Brown Architecture
- Photos: Jasper Sanidad