Adobe's Amazing New Utah Campus

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Adobe's future may be located somewhere up in the Cloud, but its 10,000 employees need space to dream, plan, and work down here on Earth. To that end, the company recently unveiled a new 280,000 square foot building in Lehi, Utah that embodies the company's roots in innovative design and creativity.

Designed by Rapt Studio, the building features an employee café, an indoor basketball court, a rock-climbing wall, a game room named “The Bunker” and a fully equipped gym, plus murals by street artist El Mac and graffiti artist Mike Giant in their signature styles.

Yes, you wish you worked here.

Adobe's ties to the state of Utah run deep. Founder John Warnock is a Utah native who got his doctorate in electrical engineering from the University of Utah.

Here's a video highlighting the new building's design and features.

Rapt Studio / Adobe Campus from Rapt Studio on Vimeo.

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