HootSuite offce by SSDG Interiors, Vancouver – Canada

June 9th, 2014 by retail design blog

Since HootSuite’s inception in 2009, accommodating their rapidly growing workforce has been a top priority for the social media giant. Currently employing over 300, the company found a new building to house their staff under one roof, with room to grow. SSDG Interiors was tasked with converting the 33,000 SF former police building into a progressive, technologically advanced work environment that reinforces HootSuite’s unique corporate personality, anticipates workforce growth, and attracts and retains new talent.



















http://www.ssdg.com

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