The Wall Street Journal has an architecture review of Facebook’s new Frank Gehry-designed HQ and it sounds like it’ll be a very intense place to work:
The headquarters space is a soaring fishbowl, a contiguous 434,000 square feet on one floor. No one has a private office, so that everyone, including Mr. Zuckerberg, is on view, accessible.
Anyone who’s worked in an open plan office – which is most people now – will know how difficult it can be to concentrate with so much hustle and bustle happening around you.
Imagine how much harder that’ll be in Facebook’s vast hangar for hackers.
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