Facebook Inc. has moved into the company’s new 430,000-square-foot complex in Menlo Park, Calif., which chief executive Mark Zuckerberg says features „the largest open floor plan in the world.“
The office is called MPK 20 (for „Menlo Park, Building 20“) and was designed by Canadian-born Frank Gehry — the renowned architect behind the Guggenheim Bilbao in Spain and Los Angeles‘ Walt Disney Concert Hall.
For Facebook’s new office, Mr. Gehry created a space with „lots of small spaces where people can work together… move around and collaborate with anyone here,“ Mr. Zuckerberg wrote in a Facebook post. The social media giant’s vice president of global real state, John Tenanes, told Wired that „you can pretty much see all the way down the building.“
The building is topped with a sprawling nine-acre park, complete with walking trails and green spaces. According to Wired, it blends with the lowlands of Menlo…
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