Cisco Office in San Francisco

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Cool office spaces in San Francisco are becoming the norm these days for large tech companies, so why would Cisco be any different?

Founded in 1984, Cisco has gone on to become a behemoth in the tech world, specializing in network equipment. The brand recently acquired Wi-Fi firm Meraki, and decided now was the perfect time to create a new workspace for their employees to enjoy. Working closely with the team at Studio O+A, they created a large, open workspace with several lounge areas throughout to not only help team members take a load off, but also to help promote collaboration and create cohesiveness among their employees. The 110,00 square feet industrial inspired space uses pops of color throughout, making the office seem much more lively than your typical headquarters. Check out some of the photos below.

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