Chad Ziemendorf|Chad Ziemendorf|Chad Ziemendorf|Chad Ziemendorf|Chad Ziemendorf|Chad Ziemendorf||A nature-themed reception, with a desk made from bowling-alley flooring|Twitter’s corporate blue is put to good use in cheerful breakout areas|Down time: A glass-enclosed games room sits next to a snack station|Creating a multipurpose central hub, or ‘Commons’, was a key part of the brief|Green deer – part of the Twitter HQ’s forest theme – on the prowl|A large roof terrace overlooks the skyline||
23 Mar 2014

Twitter HQ by Lundberg Design and IA Interior

Words by Helen Parton

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