Facebook hired the renowned architect Frank Gehry to design its new place of work and turn it into a paradise
Facebook is renewed! Yes! You want a futuristic home, a place of work that is heavenly. To do this Facebook has hired the architect Frank Gehry, known for the innovative and unique ways of designing buildings.
Gehry, known for his deconstructive style and buildings which sometimes look unfinished, designed the Museo Guggenheim Bilbao, Spain, and the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.
Facebook hired the renowned architect Frank Gehry to design the expansion of the campus of the company, including a new building with a roof garden.
"When complete, we hope to provide a work space paradise for the three thousand 400 engineers will fill one day, "the company said in a statement.
"At every step of the planning of the new building, Frank has taken into account our engineering culture," said Facebook about expanding the campus in Menlo Park, California, Western United States. "It will be a large building in a room somehow resembles a warehouse. In the same way we do now, everyone will sit in an open space with desks that can be rapidly relocated to form separate teams or on projects. "The new building will include "a number of cafes and tiny kitchens with snacks, so that will never go hungry, "says the statement.”
And we'll fill the building with spaces for short breaks, with couches and whiteboards, so it easy to leave the desktop", this is how they plan to work in the new Facebook facilities.