Dropbox's Revamped San Francisco Headquarters Is Made up of Colorful "Neighborhoods"

Featuring a karaoke bar, lush greenery and wide office spaces.

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California-based architecture firm Rapt Studio has just completed a major renovation of Dropbox’s headquarters in San Francisco. The 300,000-square-foot workspace is comprised of vibrant and colorful “neighborhoods” to cater to the bevy of company departments, subcultures and employee personalities—”from quiet and industrious engineers to more social, vocal marketers,” designboom described. Highlighted workspaces include an enormous library, a quirky karaoke bar, as well as a narrow albeit spacious conference room with wonky arches.

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