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At Cards Against Humanity's New Office, Employees ________ in the Moroccan Room

Irreverent, off-color, insulting, hilarious: Cards Against Humanity, a game created by eight friends from Chicago's Highland Park High School, has earned numerous words of praise since a Kickstarter launched the "party game for horrible people" back in 2010. But considering the myriad ways its new shared work space and community media studio, Some Office, provides an outlet for local creatives, community-minded would also be an appropriate moniker. Curbed toured the 10,000-square-foot converted warehouse — at times a candy factory, pickle factory and mechanics shop during past lives — and discovered a spacious main floor, massive game collection, and hidden Japanese Zen and Moroccan rooms.

A tour inside the game company's Some Office at Curbed Chicago >>