Inside Dropbox’s Freshly Designed Office Space In San Francisco
Dropbox hired Geremia Design and Boor Bridges Architecture to design its new office space in San Francisco, and the look is industrial and modern. The exposed pipes, raw copper furnishings and concrete floors complement the office cubicles that resemble individual glass boxes.
Several textures were incorporated for a look fitting of a creative space, such as washed black walnut walls, draping details on the ceiling, and an interesting ping pong ball wall in one of the hallways. A traditional sign painting company was also hired to make quirky signs for some cubicles.
“Our design reiterates our belief that all spaces—particularly the all-too-often neglected office—deserve real materials and attentive, appropriately-scaled interventions,” said a representative from Boor Bridges Architecture.
[via Office Snapshots]
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