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Index Ventures

Index Ventures is a minimalist interior located in San Francisco, USA, designed by Garcia Tamjidi. With offices in London and Geneva, the San Francisco office was designed in the center of SOMA for a highly creative, collaborative venture capital team. (8)

Name: Index Ventures

Designer: Garcia Tamjidi

Location: San Francisco, USA

Year: 2013

Index Ventures is a minimalist interior located in San Francisco, USA, designed by Garcia Tamjidi. With offices in London and Geneva, the San Francisco office was designed in the center of SOMA for a highly creative, collaborative venture capital team. Located in a historic brick and timber building with views to AT&T Park, a truncated light well maximizes daylight. Designed with a cafe, bathrooms, and showers, team members can arrive from travel abroad and hit the ground running. The latest technology in “smart” lighting runs on low voltage and adapts real-time by tacking room-by-room use and natural day-lighting during the course of the year.

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