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LinkedIn - San Francisco
FSC® / LEED / CALGreen

Location

San Francisco, CA

Project Value

$4.1M project

General Contractor

Swinerton Builders (SF)

Architect

Interior Architects (SF)

Year Completed

2016

An unmissable black reflective skyscraper in the San Francisco skyline is LinkedIn's new office at 222 Second Street. The social network was scattered across several neighborhoods, but is now consolidated into one, soaring 27-floor tower in South of Market. Mission Bell worked on 16 floors with Swinerton Builders and Interior Architects to create this buzz-worthy fun project.

Their expansive lobby is open to the public, so people can see what a friendly giant this tower is, featuring sleek metal planter boxes and cushioned seating built by Mission Bell. Also, on the first floor, Mission Bell integrated a white geometric Interlam wall that progresses up the first three floors. At the base of this playfully modern feature wall, black bench seating with bright yellow cushions flank the fitness and wellness centers.

Mission Bell also provided each floor with micro kitchens and uniquely themed staff wall areas: Mad Lib area, book club nook, silent disco lounge, fortune cookie dispenser, and many more.

To top off this incredible project, there's a serene roof garden with breathtaking views of the City and the bay, where Mission Bell built wooden benches adjacent to veneer planter boxes.

You wouldn't guess by its outside, but this high-tech company is linked together by hardwood.

(License code FSC-C003580)


Additional Millwork:
  • Balcony terrace bench seating and veneer planter boxes
  • Banquettes with tall booth seating
  • Elevator hallway and ceiling wood paneling
  • Business Service Center plastic laminate countertops and cabinets
  • UX room cabinetry
  • Fitness center reception desk and cabinetry
  • Lobby metal planter boxes and benches
  • IT tech lounge counter and TV wall cabinetry
  • Wellness center Walnut wall paneling and reception desk
  • Hallway ceiling paneling seating, cabinetry, and countertops
  • Open office, collaboration, reading, break, and pantry rooms bench seating
  • Break room tables, cabinetry, and island
  • Quiet area cabinetry
  • Restroom cabinetry
  • Micro kitchen cabinetry and island
  • Coat room cabinetry
  • Coffee Point cabinetry
  • Catering office cabinetry
  • Wall cladding at stairs
  • Lounge tables
  • Conference room and hallway column, ceiling, and wall paneling
  • Dining tables, lounge, tall counters, buffet counters, casework, and bench seating
  • Conference room bench seating
  • Maple wood veneer benches with fabric cushions
  • Open office privacy screens
  • Communication stair floors wall paneling
  • Locker room cabinetry