San Francisco, California
January 1st 2006

Rabobank has grown from a 19th-Century Dutch farming cooperative to a global retail and investment bank and the largest agricultural investment bank in the U.S. The bank invests in wind farms and alternative energy as part of its socially and environmentally sustainable business practices. Gensler designed the company's San Francisco offices to reflect this environmental stewardship, carefully choosing sustainable materials such as floors rescued from a former walnut orchard. The office layout is open and transparent in keeping with the company's egalitarian culture.

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