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Lumosity's HQ Embodies Everything Cool About Start-Ups

Considering the sheer number of giant, established corporations that are hard at work trying to cultivate "start-up" vibes for their offices—think edgy artwork and foosball tables—there's something to be said about just how effortless and inviting the San Francisco HQ for Lumosity is. The brain training game company—a bona fide start-up—spreads across three floors in a newly-renovated Art Deco building, outfitted with neutral-hued, minimalist decor designed by the San Francisco-based firm Boor Bridges Architecture. According to founder Kunal Sarkar, the goal of the space is to make sure all employees are constantly interacting with one another, aided by an emphasis on massive team meeting rooms over desks, an entire top floor designated to "hanging out," and, ok yes, a zone with lots of foosball and ping pong tables.

Should these areas get too boisterous—there is a full bar, after all—a hidden door leads to a secret library stocked with leather club chairs and antique books, artistically arranged by color. Curbed SF has more pictures, right this way.

· You'll want to work at Lumosity after seeing their new offices [Curbed SF]
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