MTA was commissioned to expand and reconsider the lobby of a office building on a corner near the financial district in San Francisco. The buildings existing pedestrian pass through would be enclosed creating the larger lobby. Through color, lighting and materials the design would create an exciting and appealing lobby while freshening up the 1980s design. The defining features of the deign are a proposed wood benched sitting niche, clad in red walls and floor, with new windows along the street façade which will figuratively and literally animate the street. New wood wall cladding will line the existing yellow brick walls and extend out to the street leading the users into the lobby. The ceiling will pared away at the wood walls to provide a lighting cove further highlighting the walls and gaining more headroom. The wood walls at the exterior would be carved out to reveal the existing brick and serve as a backdrop for new signage.