salesforce.com are going to be building something quite special, the cloud giants have just unveiled plans for their new campus in the Mission Bay neighbourhood of San Francisco.
The campus will consist of 8 buildings spread over 14 acres, with 2 million feet of office space, and will include spaces for cafes and other businesses.
The whole thing was designed by Mexico City architecture firm Legorreta + Legorreta, and has a tropical feel to it – lots of purple and pink.
“Our new campus will be a place where our employees and the community can connect, collaborate and be inspired by the world around them,” said Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO, salesforce.com. “Legorreta + Legorreta’s stunning design gives physical evidence of salesforce.com’s philosophy of innovation.”
Construction will begin in a year, but Salesforce isn’t saying how long it will take or how much it’ll cost.
Here are some pictures of their brightly coloured new venture…