This Silicon Valley stalwart and their design agency call on BarkerBlue for refresh brand extension into their Customer Briefing Center spaces. Using custom Tension Fabric Frame and graphics systems, the graphics 'free float' and help anchor the different spaces.
This technology client takes new office space for their growing team. BarkerBlue helps to add brand elements at reception and throughout employee-facing areas. Simple use of their logo indicia alone and in a step and repeat pattern acts both as formal brand and decor.
NEW dimensional signage for this San Francisco office space.
A refreshed brand and added office space require new custom painted acrylic with stand-off signage!
Recycle, Compost, Landfill - which bin do I use?
A constant challenge and ever-changing protocols - How do you deliver the most updated information to your employees and customers? Proper signage helps to implement a successful waste program.
We are constantly..
As teams continue to return to the office space - whether resident or hybrid work model - safety protocol communication remains important. Signage at entry points, public areas, and individual workspaces help to maintain a safe and healthy environment.
BarkerBlue collaborated with the interior design and facilities teams to produce and install supersized wall murals for this pharmaceutical companies' NEW building. The rich colors and natural images bring strong visuals to these employee breakrooms.
"Beyond wellness programs, transportation services, catered food &..
Can You Guess this BarkerBlue Mystery Graphic?
This cool saxophonist visual appears in San Francisco at this address _________________.
The graphics display is made of _____________________ (choose one of the following materials).
a) Bendable Neon Lights
"The next generation of consumers is already influencing the next phase of real estate. Generation Z has been defined as anyone who is born after 1996. The eldest Gen Zers are now 22, coming into adulthood and beginning to have purchasing power...Welcome to..
Last week The Registry, a Bay Area real estate news company, held a jam-packed event in San Jose focused on the convergence of Technology, Design and Culture in the workplace. Over 250 SF-Bay Area professionals from Real Estate, Interior Design, Architecture,..
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