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This Feminine, Parisian-Inspired Loft is Actually an Office

Employees at the San Francisco-based Grow Marketing firm just might be the luckiest on the planet, considering they get this pretty, antique-filled loft as an office. Located in an old loft building and restored by local designer Josef Medellin, the open space pairs exposed brick walls and raw, unfinished ceilings with super-feminine, Parisian-inspired touches, like intricate, arched room dividers and crystal chandeliers that make the trendy, wacky HQs of today look, well, sort of like Chuck E Cheese venues equipped with computers. Somehow, the chic company even managed to eschew such pedestrian office staples as a cafeteria or meeting rooms, instead offering "cafe-style" kitchens and "parlors" upholstered in animal prints. Check out a few more shots of the loveliest, least-officey office around, below:

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