Adobe’s New London Office Features Industrial Yet Colorful Interior and Rooftop Running Track

Adobe’s New London Office Features Industrial Yet Colorful Interior and Rooftop Running Track

American multinational software company Adobe has gotten itself a new vibrant office with an industrial touch. The office occupies the 7th, 8th, and 13th floor of the White Collar Factory office building, located on Old Street Roundabout in London, and it will host Adobe’s 600 employees in the UK.

photography by © Mark Cocksedge

The office’s interior features colorful geometric patterns on some walls, floor carpets, and screens. The contemporary furniture, also, shows a varied range of upbeat color hues. The ceiling is left bare, revealing the metallic pipes, ducts, and lighting fixtures which, along with the red mesh screens surrounding the central stair case and the fair-faced concrete walls and ceiling, gives an industrial feel to the space. Furthermore, the alternating opaque and transparent patterns on the window screens introduce playful light projections on the adjacent soft-patterned furniture and flooring. This combination of aesthetic touches has resulted in an interior space befitting of the creativity software giant.

photography by © Mark Cocksedge

Besides the workspaces, the new office includes a library, game and recreation spaces, as well as a 150-meter rooftop running track. It, also, implements sustainability concepts and optimizes natural lighting and cooling.

photography by © Mark Cocksedge

“The office boasts cutting-edge connectivity and technology alongside bright and open areas where teams can meet and work together, as well as quieter spaces for individual work,” said Garrett Ilg, president of Adobe Europe, Middle East, and Africa. “The White Collar Factory and all of East London provides plenty of downtime and networking opportunities for Adobe employees; we are excited to be a part of such a vibrant and thriving UK community.”

photography by © Mark Cocksedge

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