Wired Magazine's Headquarters by Gensler San Francisco

A painted-aluminum canopy annunciates the 11-foot ceiling and leads staffers and visitors to communal spaces like glass-enclosed meeting rooms. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

At Wired magazine’s headquarters, circuit boards inspired the linear fluorescent fixtures bolted to the ceiling. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

chairs and a sound-absorbing wool-wrapped pinup wall outfit a break-out area. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

In the library, the swath of orange mimics a graphic element on Wired covers. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

The mushroom columns in the entry lounge—furnished with sectionals—are original to the structure, two early 19th–century warehouses later combined. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

Guest chairs upholstered in thermoformed saddle leather, a lounge chair, and art by photojournalist populate the editor in chief’s office. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.