About ten years ago when Autodesk expanded its Landmark Building footprint to include the second floor of One Market and create the Autodesk Gallery, our project achieved LEED Platinum certification:
Now that more than a decade has passed, we're about to undergo a major renovation. As a result, our gallery will close on June 30 and reopen in March of next year.
For those not familiar with the gallery, I have blogged about it before:
So if you've ever been curious about what Autodesk customers design and make, and how what they do helps imagine, design, and make a better world, then please mosey on over to the gallery before June 30. As we prepare for the renovation, more and more exhibits will be moved to storage, so the sooner, the better.
Autodesk has always been an automation company. Today, more than ever, that means helping our customers automate their design and make processes. We help them embrace the future of making, where they can do more (e.g., quantity, functionality, performance, quality), with less (e.g., energy, raw materials, timeframes, waste of human potential), and realize the opportunity for better (e.g., innovation, user experience, efficiency, sustainability, return on investment).
The Autodesk Gallery in San Francisco is open to the public on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. There is a guided tour on Wednesdays at 12:30 pm and a self-guided audio tour available anytime. Admission is free. Visit us.
If the upcoming project achieves the same LEED milestone, does that make us DOUBLE PLATINUM?
The renovation is coming. The renovation is coming.
The spirit of Paul Revere is alive in the lab.