The New Dropbox San Francisco Offices Are Cozy & Full of Character

By: Laura McQuarrie - Published: Dec 20, 2013 • References: officesnapshots & designtaxi
It’s always fascinating to get a look into some of the creative offices where online companies work from and the new Dropbox San Francisco is no exception.

The workspace was designed by Geremia Design and Boor Bridges Architecture, blending an aesthetic that is both industrial and modern. Often, industrial interiors can be a little unwelcoming, but this Dropbox space is quite cozy. Elements like the black walnut wood-covered walls and draped ceiling details help to bring character and warmth into the lofty space.

The space is full of character; this is evident from some of the personas the rooms have been assigned. Some of the small nooks bear names like the "romance chamber" and the "break up room," which will hopefully generate more good ideas than heartbreak. Stats for Cloud Storage Site HQs Trending: Older & Buzzing
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