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BlackBerry headquarters in the old corporate style
BlackBerry has nearly two dozen buildings and one factory scattered across Waterloo. The company is moving from its blocky, anonymous buildings — many still displaying the RIM logo — onto a new campus designed with what CEO Thorsten Heins calls "the BlackBerry look".
Todd Wood in the BlackBerry Experience Centre
And an new campus is not the only building BlackBerry is interested in: design inspiration for the new BlackBerry look came from classics like the Farnsworth House, a Mies van der Rohe building design VP Todd Wood (above) described as "the epitome of modern architecture and minimal design."
A kiosk advertising the LTE BlackBerry Torch inside BlackBerry headquarters
Although BlackBerry 10 is the future, the older new BlackBerrys are also in evidence around the buildings, like this display in a reception area.