A person standing in front of a television in a room with people sitting at tables and chairs. A group of people in a room. A man and woman sitting at a table with white tables and chairs. A person sitting in a wheelchair. A group of people sitting in chairs. A couple of women sitting at a table in a room with chairs. People in a room with art. A hallway with a red and white striped wall. A group of people playing pool.
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San Francisco, California

Autodesk, a recognized leader in 3D design software, wanted a new office that would showcase its evolving software technology, create a “buzz,” be sustainably focused and highlight the firm’s growing presence in San Francisco. A large communal “town square” at the main entry accommodates all-hands meetings as well as casual collaborative work. Across the floor, a game room and other bright splashes of color reinforce an assortment of collaborative spaces. A series of “pavilions,” aligned with structural bays, separate open offices from the main corridor. Formal and casual breakout spaces, both open and closed, drive the impromptu way Autodesk employees work.