|||||||||||||The office is contained in an old t-shirt factory|The factory windows were appropriated from elsewhere in the building and create light-flooded interiors|Break-out spaces incorporate a mix of designer and Californian furniture|The pavilions reference the Californian timber-framed houses|Each pavilion is unique in shape and the combination of materials used|A ping-pong table and a chess table reflect the two different sides of the business|A ping-pong table and a chess table reflect the two different sides of the business|Gagne created the table to echo the design of the Eames chairs|Sail-like dividing screens were installed to break up the main space when necessary|The garden contains custom-made metal planters|An old elevator carriage repurposed as a coat cupboard|’Sails’ create unusual room dividers||
24 Mar 2015

Bitcoin developer Chain.com’s San Francisco HQ

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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