Adobe Headquarters
David Wakely
Adobe Headquarters
Jun 03, 2013  A software giant updates key space for executives, staff, and customers at its headquarters
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Adobe Headquarters_01 Adobe2.jpg In this open, collaborative area, the wood screen is made from recycled parts of old doors removed during the renovation. 
Adobe Headquarters_02 Adobe3.jpg The executive lounge contains a formal dining space (shown) and a more relaxed area with sofas and a bar.
 
Adobe Headquarters_03 Adobe4.jpg The executive lounge contains a formal dining space and a more relaxed area with sofas and a bar (shown).
 
Adobe Headquarters_04 Adobe5.jpg The executive reception area, furnished with Knoll classics, functions as  a double-height living room. 
Adobe Headquarters_05 Adobe6.jpg The table in the similarly finished executive boardroom incorporates built-in Arthur Holm monitors that retract on command. 
Adobe Headquarters_06 Adobe7.jpg Engineered pine paneling, which matches the floors, defines nooks within open  
collaboration and reception areas. 
Adobe Headquarters_07 Adobe8.jpg Because the space receives so much natural light, the designers used 0.6 watts per square foot of 
lighting, less than the standard 1 watt per square foot. Green upholstered booths line the break area, creating an intimate setting in which employees can retreat from their desks for lunch or casual meetings.
Adobe Headquarters_08 Adobe9.jpg The second floor of the Customer Experience Center contains a dining area with a restaurant vibe, providing a place where Adobe representatives can meet with clients.