Surrounded by new construction in the SOMA building boom, 221 Main Street was getting lost in the sea of architectural statements. Its new owners wanted to give it a stronger identity and boldly added a lighting and media experience to the long entry walk and lobby. Day and night, a pathway of color, imagery, and light
invites visitors into the building and welcomes them with a rich, high-resolution media experience in the lobby. The lobby and common areas also sport upgrades including a renovated front desk, new finishes and lighting, and updated restrooms. A perfect entry for high-end tech sector companies and other savvy tenants.
- Client: 221 Main Street (Conceptual and lighting design: ESI; Architect of Record: NicholsBooth)
- Location: San Francisco, CA
- Program: lobby upgrade, common areas, restrooms
- Size: 21,000 SF
- Credits: Photography: Chad Ziemendorf