Project Spotlight - Uber with RMW


Yellow Goat Design worked with RMW Architects to create two spectacular custom pieces for Uber’s new HQ campus in San Francisco. A large scale powder coated aluminum, seamless lit screen, welcomes visitors to the workplace event space and is the defining design element between the lobby and the workplace. It acts as a meeting point and a way finder, while also showcasing Uber’s brand ethos of movement in everything they do. The architectural rod “ribbon” sculpture extends the length of the workspace dining room and reflects the design elements below. It creates a central design that merges the room into harmony with several hundred, acrylic hanging rods that reflect and diffuse light.


We were also very excited to share this project and the stellar team that brought it to life with Cindy Allen on DesignTV by Sandow and in the pages of Interior Design Magazine! In the DTV segment, YGD's VP Nicola Casale, Uber's Director Workplace + Real Estate, Tracie Kelly, and RMW Associate, Jenna Szczech  discuss the importance of defining artistic elements that gather people in the "new" workplace and what the future looks like for all workplaces.