Airbnb Packs Tricked-Out Travel-Inspired Design Into New HQ

Airbnb, the community marketplace for homestay accommodations that is changing the face of travel, has joined the flock of startups in San Francisco’s techy SoMa ‘hood. Collaborating with Gensler and Interior Design Fair, the Airbnb founders transformed a former 1947 industrial manufacturing facility into a modern marvel to facilitate a creative work lifestyle replete with replicas of Airbnb homes (including the inaugural listing – in San Francisco!), a vibrant orange patio, and – our favorite part – a cafeteria brimming with Heath Ceramics dishware. We just can’t get enough of the insanely cool layout and personal company details – hop over to Refinery29 to see the rest of the tricked-out office that gives employees a home-away-from-home.

Elysa Hill
  • Photo credit: Refinery29/Michelle Drewes
    Transparent Work Environment
    Designed by Gensler and Interior Design Fair

    The building features crystal clear windows to emphasize Airbnb's modern aesthetic and transparency within the company.

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Gensler, Interior Design Fair
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