Venture into the offices of many young tech companies and you’ll notice a certain aesthetic—scrappy yet stark, with an undertone of sophomoric bemusement. Lots of wood and polished concrete, bright colors, that sort of thing.
As companies mature, so to do their offices. Things get more polished, more professional, more … mature. Instagram offers an excellent example. The company, which celebrated the sixth anniversary of its amazing app on Thursday, recently moved its 350 employees from a one-story office at Facebook’s former HQ in Menlo Park, California, into a refurbished building not far away.
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