|||||||Adobe’s downtown San Francisco office, an ‘edgy’ sibling to its global HQ|There are two seats for every person, out at a desk, the other elsewhere|The office space contains a mix of standing and sitting desks|Booths within the kitchenette feature videoconferencing facilities|Team Relax, one of two loungey spaces at either end of the office|The Multipurpose town hall space. Furniture can be quickly reconfigured||
25 Jul 2014

Adobe’s San Francisco HQ by Valerio Dewalt Train

Words by Jenny Brewer

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