Joseph De Leo Photography|Joseph De Leo Photography|Joseph De Leo Photography|Joseph De Leo Photography|Joseph De Leo Photography|Joseph De Leo Photography||Phone booths solve the inevitable issue of privacy in open-plan offices|The blokeish Photogenic room, one of many themed spaces|The timber-clad bar; employees are, naturally, encouraged to be sociable|Open-plan office space includes domestic-looking breakout areas|The Socialite room. No you can’t have a mojito during the strategy meeting|Terrarium company Twig supplied the greenery for the Herbivore room||
28 May 2013

Foursquare’s New York HQ by Audra Canfield

Words by Helen Parton

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