By Egotist / / Designed by San Francisco architecture firm Gensler and located in the heart of San Francisco’s Union Square, Venables Bell & Partners’ space is designed to breed innovation and openness. There are very few physical walls in the building and all of the conference rooms have glass doors. These features add to the clean aesthetic and nurture an open environment where ideas can come from anyone at the agency. In fact, there are no departmental floors, which means a copywriter could sit next to a producer or an art director could be next to a strategist, allowing for true cross-fertilization. More sweet shots after the jump.
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