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Jackson Square Aviation

2015 IIDA HONOR AWARD, 2016 BUILD CULTURAL PRESERVATION AWARD

When Jackson Square Aviation was purchased by a Japanese holding company, it required a larger space and a rethink of its business culture. FENNIE + MEHL were asked to create a design that honored both Japanese and American traditions as well as the company’s aviation roots.

The new 10,500-square-foot space in San Francisco’s Jackson Square neighborhood is a rich, subtle tribute to aviation and flight. Frameless glass walls, doors and shelving create a transparent, airy space. A floating ceiling in a conference room calls to mind an airplane fuselage. Another, in the largest conference room, is shaped like a gull wing.

Office placement reflects Japanese style. Bold and luxurious touches, such as massive cantilevered walls and a custom-designed reception desk, reflect American sensibilities.

We’re known for having the most beautiful offices in the industry. Our new space is not only exquisite, it’s a successful blend of our two cultures.

Richard Wiley, CEO

 

Photography: Eva Kolenko
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