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SYMPHONY ASSET MANAGEMENT
  1. Quezada Architecture, QA, Cecilia Quezada, Ed Tingley, Fred Quezada
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    Symphony Asset Management Headquarters
  2. Quezada Architecture, QA, Cecilia Quezada, Ed Tingley, Fred Quezada
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    Symphony Asset Management Headquarters
  3. Quezada Architecture, QA, Cecilia Quezada, Ed Tingley, Fred Quezada, symphony asset management headquarters
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    Symphony Asset Management Headquarters
  4. Quezada Architecture, QA, Cecilia Quezada, Ed Tingley, Fred Quezada, symphony asset management headquarters
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    Symphony Asset Management Headquarters
  5. Quezada Architecture, QA, Cecilia Quezada, Ed Tingley, Fred Quezada, symphony asset management headquarters
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    Symphony Asset Management Headquarters
  6. Quezada Architecture, QA, Cecilia Quezada, Ed Tingley, Fred Quezada, symphony asset management headquarters
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    Symphony Asset Management Headquarters
  7. Quezada Architecture, QA, Cecilia Quezada, Ed Tingley, Fred Quezada
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    Symphony Asset Management Headquarters
  8. Quezada Architecture, QA, Cecilia Quezada, Ed Tingley, Fred Quezada, symphony asset management headquarters
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    Symphony Asset Management Headquarters
  9. Quezada Architecture, QA, Cecilia Quezada, Ed Tingley, Fred Quezada, symphony asset management headquarters
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    Symphony Asset Management Headquarters
  10. Quezada Architecture, QA, Cecilia Quezada, Ed Tingley, Fred Quezada, symphony asset management headquarters
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    Symphony Asset Management Headquarters
  11. Quezada Architecture, QA, Cecilia Quezada, Ed Tingley, Fred Quezada, symphony asset management headquarters
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    Symphony Asset Management Headquarters
SYMPHONY ASSET MANAGEMENT

SAN FRANCISCO, CA
60,000 SF
COMPLETED 2014
Located in the heart of the financial district of San Francisco in the famous Bank of America building the new headquarters for Symphany Asset Management is composed of a series of spaces graduating from public to more private. Commanding incredible views of the city and the bay beyond, this interior incorporates beautiful materials throughout. The reception area features a custom welcome desk, combining marble and bronze accents; wood and bronze wall panels add a touch of warmth to the overall space. Conference rooms feature “switch” glass walls that automatically change from transparent to opaque when privacy is required, and custom doors which form corners of glass to take advantage of views. The “trading floor” accommodates the privacy needs of the real-time investment group while also allowing for open communication with a spoke configuration of trading stations and large overhead screens.