Facebook Reveals Expanded California Campus Designed By Frank Gehry – Design You Trust

Facebook Reveals Expanded California Campus Designed By Frank Gehry

Facebook’s Silicon Valley headquarters is a “new kind of architecture”, according to architect Frank Gehry, who has completed a major extension of the social media giant’s campus.

Facebook released new photography and a video revealing Gehry’s extension of its Menlo Park campus in Palo Alto, California, yesterday, 4 September 2018.

Called MPK 21, the building is an addition to the social media company’s existing Gehry-designed building, MPK 20 – which opened in 2015. In the short film, the Canadian architect Frank Gehry, 89, says the first project helped him inform the second, and create one big building suited to Facebook’s working lifestyle.

More: Facebook h/t: dezeen

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