Posted by Karl Johnson on Feb 16, 2013
Related program: Headquarters
IF YOU ever wondered what a day at HQ was like, a volunteer undertook an independent time lapse project. It's certainly no Day in the Field, but we're excited to slave away at our computers :) in our beautiful new office space at 695 Minna in San Francisco (which we're arranging to celebrate in April).
Program coordination and administration are no easy tasks - thanks to everyone at HQ for sharing a slice of life as context for all our conversations.
(From ArchForHumanity on YouTube)
"Now settled in their new (to them) two-story office space, at 695 Minna in San Francisco's SOMA district, Headquarters staff at Architecture for Humanity are captured in the span of a single day, Wednesday February 6.
• Morning approach along 8th Street from Market
• Downstairs "program side." Gretchen's office at left; Eric's at right
• Design Open Mic. That day Frederika led a review of the (analog) project board. Some slides were shown on the wall out of view
• Upstairs: accounting, web team, development, fireplace.