In the midst of thousands of companies in the city of San Francisco, some particularly stand out with their workspace design – and Dropbox is definitely one of them. When the cloud-computing provider moved offices from the financial district to the SoMA district last year, they hired interior design firm Geremia Design to create something wonderful for their current 350 employees. In collaboration with architecture firm Boor Bridges, the team went to work.[see_also]
Incorporating green spaces, light-filled conference rooms and modern furnishings, the design inspiration was based on Dropbox’s core product. As Boor Bridges describes to Office Snapshots, “The company’s new workspace a simple, well-executed container that maximizes functionality and allows for customization without compromising honest aesthetics.” With plans to potentially quadruple the companies employee base, it was important that a healthy, vibrant space was created for the growing company. With over 85,600 square feet (7,950 m2) of space and with options to expand in the China Base Landing building, it will be interesting to see how people interact with the space.
Photos credits: Bruce Damonte