GNU's work for corporations include conveying brand images on architecture, implementing wayfinding systems throughout corporate campuses, specialized identity, interpretive and display graphics, cafeterias and food service environments, and decorative environmental enhancements.



Brereton Architects led the exterior, lobby and common area improvements at this iconic SF address and GNU is invited to create equally iconic branded sculptural IDs for the project   »


Marina Village

Never "throw the baby out with the bath water", Brookfield works with GNU to creatively leverage their existing sign program for their reBranding efforts in Alameda, California   »



It had been the mid-80's since GNU had done work in Texas, so we were thrilled when Atlassian requested that we help them brand their new headquarters in downtown Austin, Texas.   »


Rosewood Commons

A multi-building AT&T campus acquired by Swift is repositioned as a amenity laden multi-tenant office campus, GNU is tapped to assist in with the new campus wayfinding and signage   »


680 Folsom Street

Sometimes it is the smaller facets of a project that can really make a great impact. In this case our development of just the building monument for Boston Properties, tying the outside to the in.   »


535 Mission Street

Often times building addresses are mere after-thoughts. Boston Properties collaborates with GNU to come up with a unique integrated address statement that is clearly not an after-thought   »


1455 Market Street

At the epicenter of the Mid-Market renaissance, 1455 Market needed to be rebranded and Hudson Pacific Properties collaborated with GNU to reimagine it's presence within the urban fabric.   »


Mills Building

This historic building was one of the only to survive the great 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Read how GNU has thoughtfully brought it's building directory and sign program up to date.   »


115 Sansome

After decades of neglect, Harvest Properties makes the investment in changing out a disjointed sign program. GNU designs a thoughtful new program honoring the buildings historic design.   »

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