Project Highlight: Digital Personal Payment Co., HQ

Location: 595 Market St., San Francisco, CA
Architect: Aaron Wong, IA

“A Quiet Town 46” oil on canvas by Suhas Bhujbal with “Samurai” bronze sculpture by Llisa Demetrios


Left: “A Quiet Town 51”, oil on canvas by Suhas Bhujbal. Right: “A Quiet Town 53”, oil on canvas, by Suhas Bhujbal.


Commission for private office conference room, print and painting on wood by Mitchell Confer


Left: Limited edition iris prints by Ricardo Mazal/Gary Mankus Right: “Light and Steel” series, limited edition prints by Peter Kitchell


“Morning Nob Hill” and “Telegraph Hill from above Union Square”, each 12x12 oil on panel by Ben Aronson installed with “Fountain and 24th” acrylic on canvas, 40x30 by Stanley Goldstein, private office.

When considering artwork for their new global headquarters at 595 Market St. in San Francisco, the client team wanted an art program that celebrated the city in which it is based and also expressed the company’s identity as a global technology leader.

With these goals in mind, the client found particular resonance in the abstracted urbanscapes of San Francisco artists Suhas Bhujbal and Mitchell Confer whose works were placed in the more prominent focal and transitional areas.  In the lower profile common areas, the art program was augmented with limited edition fine art prints that complemented the aesthetic of the primary art selections while having an urban edge.

The private office holders favored more transitional depictions of San Francisco, choosing works by Ben Aronson, Stanley Goldstein and Richard Perri.

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