Graphic posters and eccentric images fill the walls of the O+A Architecture Yelp headquarters, situated the sunny city of San Francisco. When designing for a company that is all about disrupting how you discover your area, it makes sense this design firm was inspired by street icons and images.
What was formally a 60,000 square foot Victorian building has now become home to a curiously creative social network. The corner-to-corner canvassed walls were fabricated to emulate alleyways, which are often covered in graffiti and eye-catching posters. It also represents the way Yelp brings together a multitude of talents, yet focuses on constantly changing its style and approach. Exposed brick walls and a fence-like bike rack add to the urban aesthetics in this visually stimulating office.
The O+A Architecture Yelp headquarters showcases how new and old can be blended into one solid workplace.