Imagine spending the day in a spot filled with French antiques, leather furnishings, and pops of color. Sounds like the dream and your dream house, right? Actually, it's the offices of San Francisco's Grow Marketing, a creative marketing firm founded in 2001 by Cassie Hughes and Gabrey Means (former business competitors!). The two sought to create a work environment that reflected their stylish clients like Google, Sephora, and Gap, to name a few.
Located in Jackson Square, the recently renovated building has been transformed into a feminine, Parisian-inspired workspace that would make any working girl jealous. Keeping with the historical architecture and raw finishes, designer Josef Medellin worked with the duo to make sure every aspect of the renovation embraced the creative culture of the company. Between the kitchen that feels more like a cafe and meeting rooms with a parlor-like vibe, this isn't your average, cubical-adorned office but rather a spot that embraces the eclectic aesthetic of clients and employees alike. Not going to lie, we're obsessed.
Source: Jonah Podbereski