Wells Fargo featuring square perforated columns. (photo: Alejandro Velarde)
Wells Fargo featuring square perforated columns.
20.11.2017, 19:35

Custom Column Installation at Wells Fargo, San Francisco

Architecture & Interiors
Oakland, California-based Móz Designs fabricated a pair of custom-perforated metal columns for the lobby of Wells Fargo's corporate offices in San Francisco to a design by Interior Architects.


Wells Fargo is an American international banking and financial company headquartered in San Francisco, California, in a location within the heart of the city's Financial District that hosts its largest concentration of corporate headquarters, law firms, insurance companies, real estate firms, banks, and other financial institutions.


Six Fortune 500 companies—Wells Fargo, McKesson, PG&E, Gap, Charles Schwab and Salesforce, are located in this district.


For the lobby design of the Wells Fargo Bank at 333 Market Street, designers asked Móz to fabricate two square columns with a custom perforated pattern. The Graphite color provided a cool metallic tone to offset the rich woods and warm accent colors, while the brushed Fog grain and Polycoat Matte finish created a soft, muted surface texture.


Móz columns offer a beautiful way to cover essential structural elements, using a decorative metal surface with affordable price options, hundreds of colors, patterns and finishes. Móz's simple specification process makes it easy to choose options that best fit your project’s budget and installation environment. Square columns are available in sizes from 12" to 60", can be square or rectangle, fabricated in four or eight sections, and can cover any height using stacked segments. The finished product comes ready to anchor to a metal stud, providing easy-to-assemble solutions for corporate environments, such as Wells Fargo.



Custom perforated metal column in the lobby of Wells Fargo in San Francisco.
Custom perforated metal column in the lobby of Wells Fargo in San Francisco. © Alejandro Velarde

Project Name: Wells Fargo

Location: San Francisco, CA

Year of Installation: 2017

Design Architect: Interior Architects, SF Architect: Uesugi & Associates, SF

Product: Custom Perforated Columns

Metal: Aluminum

Color: Graphite, Classic Collection

Grain: Fog

Finish: Polycoat Matte



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