Cesar Rubio||||||||||The building is an old laboratory research facility, with the loading dock now a lounge area and breakout space|Facebook’s instantly recognisable branding is prominent throughout|Different coloured carpet tiles from Milliken Contract, define the various departments of the building|Conference rooms each have their own style, and were given their names by staff|Staff are encouraged to personalise the office by adding their own artwork|The furniture was recycled from Facebook’s former offices, which were scattered throughout the city|An orange crane, left over from the office’s previous life as a lab, now supports a conference table|Exposed concrete walkways are the roads through this ‘mini city’|Huge expanses of whiteboard in one of the meeting rooms create the mother of all brainstorming hubs||
07 Dec 2009

Facebook’s Palo Alto offices by Studio O+A

Words by James McLachlan

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