Check Out This Mobile Ad Company's Space-Age Office In San Francisco


Photo: Velti

Velti, the mobile advertising giant, moved into a new office space in San Francisco in May, and it’s fair to say the new digs are some of the most stylish we’ve ever seen.The company insists the following photos are not Photoshopped; the space really is this light and airy.

The offices were designed by AECOM; EGG Office did the graphics. They look like something from a sci-fi movie.

The industrial, minimalist design — concrete, steel and glass —  features a completely open layout with no traditional offices. Even CEO Alex Moukas sits at an open desk among 135 of his peers. (Velti has 1,000 employees worldwide.)

This is the reception area , the first thing visitors see when they step off the elevator.

The office, on the 6th floor of Steuart Tower, has breathtaking views of the Ferry Building and the Bay. Each chair with a screen is a workstation for employees. This is where the marketing team sits.

Here's the kitchen.

This circular conference room is surrounded by a curtain that can be drawn for more privacy.

This is the amphitheater, which Velti uses for all-hands meetings.

The TaVern, an employee lounge, has a full bar, a pool table, foosball and other games.

This rectangular conference room has etched glass doors that can open and slide on a track in order to create and entirely open workspace.

Here's the same space with the doors closed for privacy. Velti named its conference room after trendy bars in the area, such as The Starlight Room and Slims.

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