Shout it Out: Yelp's San Francisco HQ by Studio O+A

Felt made from recycled PET covers the feature wall in a lounge. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

Doors original to the Pacific Bell building now open to meeting rooms at the far end of the reception area. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

In keeping with its General Store theme, glass jars hold saltwater taffy. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

Hand-knotted rope creates custom chandeliers in the café at Yelp’s San Francisco headquarters by Studio O+A. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

Painted lettering embellishes the partition between a corridor and reception. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

Nylon carpet tile flows through two break-out areas. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

A vintage brass cash register sits on the walnut reception desk. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

Jason Miller’s chandeliers light meeting pods. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

Cushions covered in rayon-cotton or wool line oak bleachers in a lounge. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

Another lounge features swivel stools with steel bases. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

Walnut, oak, and Douglas fir enclose the coffee bar. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

Custom sliding doors, framed in blackened steel, can close off the training room. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

At the entry to the café, a wall conceals storage and mechanicals. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

Café chairs are by Charles and Ray Eames. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

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