PHOTOS: Adobe has moved into a colourful new London office with a 150m rooftop running track

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US software giant Adobe has opened a colourful new office in London with a 150m rooftop running track and table tennis tables.

Adobe employs 600 staff in the UK and the new office — located on the 7th, 8th, and 13th floors of White Collar Factory on Old Street’s “Silicon Roundabout” — will be used as the company’s main London hub.

It contains mirrors and lighting that are designed to mimic Adobe Photoshop filters, as well as a library, games area, and showers.

Garrett Ilg, president of Adobe Europe, Middle East and Africa, said: “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. 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.”

Keep reading to see inside the fancy new offices…

The 150m rooftop running track will provide somewhere for Adobe employees to stretch their legs.

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Above the running track, there's a grassy area with deck chairs.

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Inside, the office has a meeting room with a table tennis table.

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There are also kitchen facilities for Adobe staff that want to make their own lunch.

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Rows of lockers provide somewhere for staff to keep their valuables.

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The office has been built with sustainable design principles in mind.

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It makes use of natural lighting and cooling.

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The reception area contains Adobe's widely recognised 'A' logo.

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Exposed pipes give the office an industrial feel.

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Little booths can be used for 1-to-1 meetings and phone calls.

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A red staircase connects the 7th and 8th floors.

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The staircase is lit by over a dozen light cubes fixed to vertical wires.

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Oval window portals provide staff with views over London.

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As do long rectangular windows.

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The office looks similar in many ways to Google's new London office in King's Cross.

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Some of the walls in the office have been left unpainted to give it an industrial feel.

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The top of the staircase ends with this quirky red structure.

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It's even possible to see iconic London skyscrapers such as The Gherkin and The Shard from the office.

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