Check Out The Open Collaborative Spaces for Airbnb's Dublin Office
Mar 20, 2014 14:10
Airbnb Dublin office's was designed by local firm heneghan peng who envisioned a creative workplace composed of open and collaborative work spaces to reflect the lodging and accommodation company's ethos and culture.
They used boxed structures to serve as meeting rooms and even added a touch of Irish pub culture, and outfitted the floor with mosaic tiles salvaged from various drinking establishments from different eras.
Heneghan peng were briefed on introducing some of Airbnb’s most unique global listings from into the office. Check out a few more shots of the office in the gallery below:
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