The Twitter San Francisco offices are airy and open-concept, designed by IA Interior Architects and Lundberg Design.
The workspace for the social media site used to be the San Francisco Wholesale Furniture Mart, but the architecture firms on the project turned the historic 1930s building into a hip creative space. Blue colors, twig-like elements and wood are repeated throughout the space, giving it a cozy and relaxed feel that provides a contrast to the bright pops of color from furniture and built-ins.
Twitter's San Fran offices are complete with a yoga studio, gaming rooms, open workspaces and a stunning rooftop garden. Google is often referred to as an example for a creative workspace, but this gorgeous Twitter headquarters gives Google some competition.
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