Communications Minister Senator Stephen Conroy and NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell joined Adobe president and CEO Shantanu Narayen in officially opening Adobe's new office in Sydney. Located in Darling Tower, the office takes up two floors and features an experience centre, which allows the vendor to demonstrate its products for enterprise customers.
The office houses Adobe's 180 Sydney-based staff members, and acts as a base for talent acquisition services for the company across Asia-Pacific.
Adobe was previously located in Chatswood.
Views from the Adobe office.
Adobe offers staff hot-desking options for a flexible working environment.
Adobe is proud of the contemporary office design with lots of natural light and open, collaborative spaces.
Sales staff ring the bell when they've made a sale. Our heart goes out to any non-sales staff members in the office who are trying to do some quiet work.
The office is full of quirky furniture. These chairs are near impossible to sit still on. It begs the question: Are these chairs OH&S compliant?
Adobe's in-house datacentre. We were not allowed to go in.
The lunch area was fitted with modern kitchenware and seating.
Real plants adorned the office at Adobe. Let's hope people remember to water them.
Adobe's modern kitchen.