Between its lightweight, modular furniture, slightly-dated color palette, and truly ridiculous murals—is that Robert Frost wearing shutter shades?—Adobe's newest HQ looks more like a big dormitory (sadly, not the beautiful retro kind) than a real, adult-filled office befitting a massive software corporation. Designed by Chicago-based Valerio Dewalt Train Associates, the 44,000-square-foot office spans across two floors of a newly renovated building in San Francisco, with exposed brick walls and timber structural beams, apparently all built with an emphasis on sustainability and eco-friendliness. There are plenty of mini-fridge-stocked lounge spaces, though maybe not quite as many as the company's funhouse Utah branch, but the so-called "Town Hall" space next to the main lobby is the go-to spot for "all-hands meetings, art openings, guest speakers, and 'hack-a-thons.'" See a few more shots below, then head over to Inhabitat for the full gallery.
· Adobe's 410 Townsend is a Collaborative LEED Silver Office in San Francisco [Inhabitat]
· All Office Spaces posts [Curbed National]