Twitter recently increased its office footprint after outgrowing its space in the quickly evolving Mid-Market neighbourhood of San Francisco.
As part of its expansion, the company brought in something pretty unique: two log cabins, built in the 1800s, that designers had dismantled and shipped from Montana.
“This was a room within a room, a way to make the space more comfortable,” Lundberg said to Business Insider.
The idea of making something old new again makes sense for a company like Twitter, who chose to move their headquarters to a building that had stood empty for more than a decade. Their relocation there has already led to positive change in the neighbourhood.