Airbnb Uses Current Listings in Redesign of San Francisco HQ

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Current listings from across the world have provided inspiration for the expansion of Airbnb’s new San Francisco HQ. The home rental giant worked with local architecture firm WRNS Studio to reimagine a warehouse space located at 999 Brannan Street. Each of the buildings four floors use a different city as an aesthetic prompt. Textures, colors and designs from Buenos Aires, Kyoto, Jaipur and Amsterdam have been imported to create a unique feel on each level. The building also contains multiple bespoke conference rooms, a boat that houses private workspaces, a wellness center and yoga room.

The company has revolutionized the hotel industry and in recent years, has grown substantially with offices around the world, including recently opened spaces in Dublin and Tokyo.

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