Five Cozy Fireplaces in the Workplace

The weather outside may not be frightful, but the temperature is certainly dropping.

Success Factors in San Francisco. Photo by Sherman Takata.
Success Factors in San Francisco. Photo by Sherman Takata.
Just off the cafe, staff can cozy up to the fire on the chillier days in the city by the bay.

Confidential Client in Seattle. Photo © IA Interior Architects.
Confidential Client in Seattle. Photo © IA Interior Architects.
A warmly toned material palette in this reception area is further warmed by a free-standing glass fireplace, finished in a glazed terra cotta.

LinkedIn in New York. Photo by Eric Laignel.
LinkedIn in New York. Photo by Eric Laignel.
The monochromatic tones in this lounge look very cool, but the blazing fire in the hearth is not.

Hubspot in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Photo by Robert Benson.
Hubspot in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Photo by Robert Benson.
This lounge in the Northeastern United States warms up the workplace throughout the region’s notoriously harsh—and long—winters.

Confidential Client in Seattle. Photo by Sherman Takata.
Confidential Client in Seattle. Photo by Sherman Takata.
If you’re fortunate to live in a climate that supports a year-round, outdoor climate, a roof top fire pit is the perfect way to close out the day with colleagues.

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