1350 Adams

Menlo Park, CA

The newest addition to Menlo Park Labs, 1350 Adams sets a precedent for the growing campus. Three offset modules course through the site, maximizing floor area and creating opportunities for outdoor spaces at both the ground and roof levels. The staggered volumes provide interior flexibility and increased access to natural light, creating bright and open floor plates with views of the bay. A double-height framed lobby elevates the entry experience and serves as a welcoming portal to visitors. Public art in the form of interactive sculptures winds through the site, encouraging spontaneous discovery and promoting pedestrian connections to the rest of the campus. The building defines the future architectural language of Menlo Park Labs, creating a modern and streamlined reinterpretation of the industrial context.

project highlights

  • 260,400-sf, five-story R&D building
  • double-height lobby
  • three roof decks
  • four levels of parking
  • addition to existing campus
  • new greenspace and public art
  • LEED Gold BD+C target