Studio O+A Promotes Lisa Bieringer to Principal

San Francisco — Studio O+A has promoted Lisa Bieringer to the position of principal, announced Primo Orpilla, principal and cofounder of the San Francisco design studio.

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Lisa has more than two decades of experience in architecture. Since joining O+A in 2016, she has been working on the Machine Zone, a new four-building headquarters campus in Palo Alto, and Sapphire Ventures, office space for a venture capital firm located within the SAP campus in Palo Alto.

Prior to joining O+A, Lisa was a senior associate with Gensler in San Francisco, where she managed some of the firm’s largest and most complex projects, including new global design standards and real estate consolidation for Hewlett Packard, the first eight buildings and courtyard of the Facebook campus in Menlo Park, and the new home for Dolby Laboratories at 9th & Market in San Francisco.

She is also the owner of Nautical Remodical in Stinson Beach, California, and serves on the board of directors of the Stinson Beach Village Association. A registered architect in the state of California, she received a bachelor of arts degree in architecture from the University of Minnesota in 1998.

About Studio O+A
For 25 years, Studio O+A has been a creative force in workplace design. What began as a two-person space planning operation in Silicon Valley in 1991 is today a design firm with over 40 employees and offices in San Francisco and New York City. Clients include Facebook, Uber, Cisco Systems, and Yelp. Led by Principals Primo Orpilla, Verda Alexander, and Perry Stephney, O+A built its reputation on understanding how the next generation of entrepreneurs is changing the work environment and how those changes are abetted by design. Founders Orpilla and Alexander were inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame in 2015 and named Designers of the Year for 2011 by Contract magazine. The firm received the 2016 National Design Award in Interior Design from the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City.

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