EisnerAmper LLP announced Tuesday it has opened a new space in the Financial District in San Francisco.
The property, located at One California St., is comprised of 12,000 square feet and will accommodate 50 or more professionals.
Francis Cauffman Architects designed the space, EisnerAmper said.
“We worked closely with EisnerAmper to execute a design that encompassed three key points,” Anthony Colciaghi, principal at FCA, said. “First, we wanted to remove hierarchical barriers through design. This facilitates office transparency through an open floor layout that fosters movement and collaboration. Second, create a design for the mobile worker. Amenity spaces, such as the town hall and multi-purpose rooms, help attract and retain a mobile workforce — facilitating more seamless communication and fostering a higher level of connectivity with clients and colleagues. And third, improve the workplace design and company culture relationship. A company’s office says a lot about its culture which, in turn, says a lot about how it does business.”