||||||||||||A bronze-lined staircase for “hip-hop’s first billionaire”|A large-scale Iwan Baan aerial in the engineering and R&D department|Corners are cut out to create brainstorming zones|The central café for coffee pick up throughout the day is in the core of the interior|The blue courtyard has several smaller conference and project rooms connected to it|The main lobby with a Roll & Hill chandelier|A breakout area in the all-red corridor|Meeting room overlooking the blue courtyard|Conference room with custom wallpaper by Bestor Architecture|Dutch photographer Iwan Baan’s aerial murals of the founders’ neighbourhoods|A second listening bar with David Geckeler’s Nerd bar stools||
11 Aug 2014

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