For the agile and travelling professional. Access CANOPY’S shared office space and community 60 days per year, with a 1-year commitment.
Choose ten days per month to come in, pick a seat in one of CANOPY’S communal areas, and work from your laptop. Easy.
Starting at $400/month
Be a daily staple of the community here and take advantage of CANOPY’S 24/7 open-door policy. You have the freedom to work in all communal work areas.
Starting at $650/month
Work from your own dedicated Herman Miller desk, equipped with an ergonomic Sayl chair, lockable August storage, shelving unit, and wired internet.
Starting at $1,100/month
Accommodate up to four people in one of our private offices, enclosed by a sound-proof glass partition. Appointed with a Herman Miller desk system.
Starting at $2,850/month
A port of call and community association with CANOPY. Use our business address and mail services, and associate with our cultural programming.
Starting at $100/month
In addition to providing a stimulating environment, we supply our members with the support and resources to excel with ease.
Cutural Programming & events
Reception and Concierge Services
Shinola Journal & Pen
Blue Bottle Coffee
Ample Natural Light
Private Phone Booths
Member Events Space
Herman Miller Ergonomic Furniture
Wired and Wireless Internet
Printer/ Copier/ Scanner
HD Video Conferencing
Local and Virtual Area Networks
VoIP Desk Phones
Discounts with Select Business Partners
Transcending the design is a collective of brilliant minds pursuing their unique visions. Whether it’s finding inspiration at one of our cultural programmings or an impromptu brainstorm session in the lounge, CANOPY is what our members make of it, and what they make from it. Here’s a glimpse of what some of our members are creating.
The nimble and creative ad agency known as RESIN has long called San Francisco home, albeit second to their Marin County stomping grounds. When we opened our doors at the end of 2016, we invited Tim Paschke and his colleagues to claim abit of territory under our newly built CANOPY inSan Francisco. Always bustling and active within the space, this team focuses on creative journeys via branded campaigns in lifestyle, tech, healthcare and finance. We ask them how they define their sense of design thinking and how this place has faired as anew port of call for RESIN in 2017.
Elise Gabriel is one of the latest additions to CANOPY in Pacific Heights, and she has the motivated intention to disrupt the beauty industry in a positive way. Paradox, her latest brain child, is a luxe and millennial brand focused on organic skincare that makes clean beauty the norm and not just a gimmick. As the new founder of a beauty care startup, she is has scrutinized the norms in the skincare/beauty industries and has focused all her energy on how these norms can be challenged for the betterment of women’s skin health and self-image.
Safe to say “caffeinated” speaks to a certain energy that has Raymond Tongsing inspired and always moving. Ironically he drinks the least amount of coffee around here. He’s an active VC, and by “active” we also mean he runs and bikes more than anyone here at CANOPY. We see him zipping around in sneakers, plugging away here or there on his laptop, and you can tell he’s a performance-driven man. As we’ve come to learn, Raymond clearly understands the importance of nurturing talent, intellect and cultivating business in the right soil. After all, cultivating is the essence of his work…
Think of what Cable/TV keeps proffering against everything you can now stream through your computer or mobile device these days. The best quality content, and impact for that matter, is found right in the palm of our hands. Curated, and on demand, this is the brave new world of content and media that Cary Grant is a part of. Considerate of industry giants, the likes of Netfix, HBO and VICE, Cary still knows there’s a ton of work to be created and distributed in this space. It’s more about distilling, nurturing an audience and understanding a greater cultural shift in the tide. He tells us more about his recent work via PREMO and what’s soon to come. PQ: “It’s inspiring to be part of this era…
We take the time to get to know our neighbors, and we’ve found that behind every curated storefront we admire is a business owner with a compelling story. Amanda Michael is a perfect example of that: One of many entrepreneurs on Fillmore Street, she brings the neighborhood together over her house-made pastries and hand-pulled espressos. Get to know her and the goodness behind Jane—one of the best neighboring spots.
“Design is still missing in a lot of people’s minds…”
– Tim Paschke
“I treasure the time I’m able to be in the office…”
– Elise Gabriel
“Stay aggressively open minded…”
– Raymond Tongsing
“It’s inspiring to be part of this era…”
– Cary Grant