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Twitter is installing log cabins from the 1800s in its San Francisco office

04
Mar
2014

Twitter is erecting two log cabins originally built during the late 1800s inside the companys San Francisco office space. Once booths are added, each of the 20-by-20-foot cabins will be used as dining areas for Twitter employees. The 19th century relics actually came to Twitter thanks to a Craigslist posting; Lundberg Design — an architecture firm that works with the company — came upon a listing from Karl Beckmann, who salvaged the cabins from ranches in Montana. When the call from Lundberg came in, Beckmann initially thought he was being taken for a ride.

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