Staking Station A
Partnered with Centric Construction to setup a base camp for the Station A team to manifest NRG’s fresh vision for distributed power generation.
EMPTY TO APPLE
Collaborated with McLarney Construction to transform a vacant 1970s tilt-up into a building to attract an awesome tenant and improved our client’s real estate portfolio.
Leveraged the unique talents of Bill Kreysler’s team to create an office entrance that reflected our client’s technology and company culture.
Created an immersive virtual reality prototype to test the relationship between workspace density and proximity on the brain trust of Wikimedia’s engineers, and then translated it into a full-scale physical prototype with the help of the talented folks at Swerve.
Designed a flexible storage system for a filmmaker with ever-changing equipment requirements whose work takes him to the farthest reaches of the globe.
Collaborated with the YMCA staff to create an indoor play structure for the new YKids program at their Presidio branch. The structure empowers the Y to offer high quality childcare to families throughout the wet winter and better deliver on their mission to strengthen the community.
Co-authored a story about the Tides Foundations's building that reflected their mandate for social change and led to a 20% reduction in energy use for their whole building.
AIR INTO ASSETS
Worked closely with Centric Construction to replace the whole building’s mechanical systems for a historic structure in SOMA, thereby allowing our client to transform an entire floor of storage into premium office space.
CONTROL IS EVERYTHING
Building on its award-winning Metropolis' Nextgen Design competition, VITAL collaborated with a group of brilliant computer scientists to change the way people relate with their buildings. Those scientists are now taking personal environmental controls global through their innovative software company Building Robotics.
BUILDINGS THAT MOVE PEOPLE
Collaborated with Parsons Brinkerhoff to re-envision how the real estate holdings of the SFMTA, in particular the building systems, could improve the MTA’s ability to efficiently deliver passenger miles to the public.