AT&T San Ramon Cityscapes to Central Park Graphics & Signage / 2014
UCF worked with Reverse2, a Sacramento-based collaborative company producing both fine art and graphics, to develop the full interior graphics program for the AT&T San Ramon campus.
The AT&T San Ramon campus engaged UCF in a full site-wide restack of furniture and technology. UCF assisted with all of the furniture space planning, specifications, finish selection and move coordination. But there seemed to be a missing element that could tie it all together. That was the full graphics and signage package to help convey the AT&T brand messaging within their interiors.
To help design a full branding message graphically that would complement the full interior furnishings and architecture.
UCF worked with Reverse2, a Sacramento-based collaborative company producing both fine art and graphics, to develop the full interior graphics program for the AT&T San Ramon campus. The result was a well thought, relevant and beautiful translation of the AT&T brand messaging that is inspiring to staff.
In collaboration with williams + paddon interiors, United Corporate Furnishings provided the full furniture and accessories for SAFE Credit Union, including open plan work settings, private offices, conference & training areas, a wonderful café space as well as ancillary meeting and teaming spaces. The result was a fully planned and executed fresh interior palette of places for staff to work, engage and collaborate!Read More
Working with Stantec locally in Sacramento, UCF helped to provide the full interior furnishings for the building as well as additional accessories and custom applications. In addition, UCF provided all of the Move Coordination services for VSP. Steelcase assisted VSP with a full change-management palette of services that allowed them to implement such a radical shift to their corporate culture.Read More
UCF provided a complete palette of Steelcase wood casegoods, administrative stations and ergonomic seating as well as all of the collaborative meeting spaces and common space furniture. Even trash receptacles, clocks and other accessories. UCF provided durable products and finishes in an aesthetic that matches the architecture of the building and will withstand the wear and tear of a public facility for many years to come.Read More