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Adobe
FSC® / LEED

Location

San Jose, CA

Project Value

$650,000 project

General Contractor

Devcon Construction

Architects

Gensler, San Jose

Year Completed

2016

Originally built in the 90’s, Adobe’s headquarters in San Jose was renovated to reflect the inspiring culture of their 2,500+ employees.

For the reception area, we built a glossy solid surface reception desk with a veneer feature wall. The feature wall is particularly unique as the veneer is applied at contrasting angles and surrounds an illuminated Adobe logo. To the left, we built a similar veneer wall that houses six large monitors, and speakers that display the latest in Adobe news.

In their Layers Café, we built a beautiful window frame with European White Oak that surrounds banquette seating from the floor to the ceiling. The Oak adds character and warmth to the sleek servery casework of the café.

Additionally, we created lobbies, lounges, conference rooms, and more to add a touch of collaboration and community throughout each of the three Adobe towers.


Additional Millwork:
  • Reception Desk
  • Lobby wood veneer feature walls
  • Reclaimed European White Oak cladding in cafe
  • Restroom tops and plumbing covers
  • Conference room casework
  • Storage room casework
  • Servery casework
  • Lounge casework

(License code FSC-C003580)

Photography ©2015 Emily Hagopian