Phase I of the Jackson Square Office provided a new home for a growing company that valued collaboration and excellence in every aspect of their work and their environment.  The lobby was created as the first glimpse of the office style, with momentary views of the main space, while maintaining the necessary privacy for the work happening beyond.  Custom floating metal panels with wood insets, geometric patterned wood ceiling panels, and overlapping walls and ceilings all accentuate the existing double height wood beam ceiling, steel columns, and exposed brick walls.  Various meeting rooms with different sizes and configurations allow for different types of team uses, while the few private offices double as meeting rooms for the partners.
Project Year:   2015-16
Team, Contractors and Suppliers:
Interior Designer: Jay Jeffers – The Studio
General Contractor: Cairn Construction
Furniture vendor: Hogue

Phase II of the Jackson Square Office added a second floor with more collaborative open office space, a partner office, a wellness room, and various size meeting rooms.  There is an interplay between refined and rustic materials, including the raw brick, the painted steel, glass partitions and reclaimed wood wall finishes.

Jennifer Tulley Architects is a boutique architecture firm founded in New York City in 2002 and relocated to San Francisco in 2006.  Our work includes both residential and commercial projects, and has ranged from institutional development to small home alterations.
Our style is contemporary and approachable, with a preference for clean and uncluttered design, whether is it a traditional or modern project.  Our designs feature a blend of material and textures, crisp detailing and a clear floor plan favoring site views and openness to nature.  Our work is informed by a rich modern aesthetic and by the belief that form and function can be perfectly married, that high design can be accomplished on an economically rational basis, and that buildings foster uplifting experiences for their users.
Our collaborative process allows us to understand our clients design preferences, lifestyle and practical requirements, and to complement their own thinking with fresh and innovative ideas.  We strive to ensure that the creative process continues through all phases of design and construction, creating modern, contemporary and stylish spaces.
Jennifer holds a Master of Arts degree in Architecture from the University of Virginia, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Architecture from the University of Illinois. After completing her studies, Jennifer lived and worked in New York City for 12 years. Her first job was with Richard Meier, the modern architect responsible for many iconic buildings including the Getty Museum in Los Angeles and the Jubilee Church of the Year 2000 built for the Vatican in Rome.  After several years with Meier, she joined Peter Guggenheimer, Henry Myerberg and Margaret Helfand, winner of the Rome Prize. Her design projects at HMG included the Swarthmore College Science Center, a new commercial campus for Automated Trading Desk, and the American Museum of Folk Art in midtown Manhattan, in partnership with Tod Williams and Billie Tsien.  Jennifer began her own practice in New York in 2002 and moved to San Francisco in 2006 where her firm has designed many residential and commercial projects in the Bay Area.  Jennifer is passionate about equal opportunities in Education and has served as a Trustee at Gateway Public Schools and is a current Trustee at Schools of the Sacred Heart in San Francisco.