Scenic Advisement office | Feldman Architecture

| 17 : 00 – 01 May 2018 |


Jackson Square building, Building exterior, Office


Located on the first floor of the Jackson Square building, the Scenic Advisement’s office renovated by Feldman Architecture boasts cool, creative and unique renovation.

Currently boasting a open office culture and design, the historical building was once a former horse stable situated along the Battery street in Embarcadero – the city’s eastern shoreline. Since then the place is said to have undergone many altercations through different ownership’s. The Scenic advisement bank which works for the private technology sector roped in Feldman Architecture along with interior furnishings’s from Artistic Designs For Living for the reformation of the historic space.

Keeping the century old brick walls and timber framing’s intact, glass enclosure were created for private meetings. ‘ Not the typical office’, the renovated office space design has a relaxed lounge area, conference room, an open kitchen with walls adorning graffiti and art works.


Lounge area, seating space, wooden ceiling, glass partition

Glass enclosures for meeting and conference spaces

Concrete, Concrete finish, building exterior, Office entrance

Entrance – Scenic advisement office


From the Architects – 

The Stable – Scenic Advisement

Upon entering this dynamic space, one’s mind might not immediately jump to the quaint yet historic past embedded into the bones of this Battery St. location. In fact, if not for the humble design elements of Douglas fir beams, high ceilings, and stall like enclosures, there would be no indication of its original purpose.


Open office, Lounge area, artwork

Artwork adorn the walls at entry


Round ceiling light, Office decor, Brick wall, artwork

Seating space


Named for its former usage, The Stable boasts not only a visually compelling layout of open conference rooms -reminiscent of the ones that historically housed equine in the original 1909 Bricca Stables- but contrasts of rough and sleek, both formal and informal in its modest yet deliberate design.


Wooden beam ceiling, Bike, Open kitchen decor, Coffee and tea bar

Open kitchen, coffee and tea space has a bike suspended from ceiling


Each glass enclosure creates its own unique environment, while glass partitions allow natural light to reach into the depths of each individual compartment. Satin etched glass – a romantic nod to the fog that rolls in from the Bay- works to absorb and reflect the surrounding textures of wood and brick, camouflaging themselves into the rustic structure while offering an element of privacy to its occupants.


Glass partitions, Office cubicle, Wooden columns

Satin etched glass


Relaxed lounge furniture, colorful abstract rugs, and a large kitchen island that acts as a communal area bring a sense of home and intimacy into the workplace, creating a unique work-life balance: warm, subtle, focused, and clean. The classic masonry wall, now accented by clean, minimal partitions, culminates in a space both historically San Francisco while highlighting the modern evolution taking place in the city.



Industrial design decor, Brick wall, Office space, Rowing machine

A rowing machine for a ‘little break’


Wooden beams, Brick wall, Glass paritions

Glass enclosures for private meetings


Artwork, Wall graffiti, Bathroom, Scenic Advisement office

Graffiti on walls in washroom


Steel column,Old wooden column

New steel columns alongside the old wooden ones


Long rectangular table in a office, Strip lighting, brick walls, Scenic advisment office


Project details –


Project name – Scenic Advisement Offices

Architect – Feldman Architecture |

Location – 915 Battery Street,  San Francisco, California, United States of America

Project typeCommercial deign, Office space, Renovation

Client Name – Scenic Advisement

Completion year – 2017

Built Up Area – 4912 sqft

ContractorMoroso Construction

Structural EngineerSheerline Structural Engineers

Lighting DesignTechlinea Lighting + Integration Design

Mechanical Engineers – MHC Engineers

Interior FurnishingsArtistic Designs For Living

Photography – © Adam Rouse Photography

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