Excited Twitter employees moved into their new HQ office a few weeks ago designed by Sara Morishige Williams. Impressed by the bright colors, simple concept, and the sensation to take flight, our very own Mark Rogero describes the space as "fresh thinking." Inspired by a photograph of hundreds of crows both huddled together on the ground and taking off over the landscape, Sara has incorporated the Twitter Mascot's cousin, the crow into the design. Sara brings the outdoors in, by using a different graphic representation of the Twitter bird and ignites a flying frenzy on the walls and also the Concreteworks conference tables at Twitter. It was a fun collaboration with Sara and also Mike Clark, who made the bases clad with reclaimed barn wood. The 20 foot long surface encases soaring white crows.
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