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How Squarespace Designed a Sophisticated Headquarters Where Grownups Get Things Done

Tour the new Manhattan space.

This story appears in the January 2017 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

It’s 10 a.m. on a Wednesday, and 332 Squarespace employees are working in the company’s new Manhattan offices. The space, designed by architect firm A+I (which also designed offices for ,  and iHeart Media), is three floors of wood and concrete. “Open spaces ensure and collaboration,” says CFO Nicole Anasenes, “but the office is also dotted with closed-off offices -- intimate, private spaces to encourage creativity.” So what’s everyone up to today?

Adam Friedberg

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