One of the biggest names on the web, 37 Signals, has moved into a new office space in Chicago, let’s check it out.
The epitome of the “Keep It Simple” mantra, 37 Signals has been developing for the internet since 1999. Originally founded as a web development firm by Jason Fried, Carlos Segura and Ernest Kim, the company focus has since shifted to a Software as a Service firm.
Products such as Basecamp, Campfire and Highrise are adopted by businesses across the globe as software solutions for project management, corporate communication and contact management.
Known as a Chicago based company, a large part of the 37 Signals team actually works remotely across the globe. Although part of the team works abroad they have recently upgraded the HQ to a larger space. With the help of Brinnstool, Kerwin and Lynch architecture firm and Goldberg General Contracting 37 Signals has developed quite the work space.
Paralleling their design philosophy of simplicity the new work space features a sharp and clean feel with plenty of open space and tall ceilings. Many aesthetic touches including the blackboard, desks and doors were made by Stay Straight Manufacturing, another Chicago based company.
Check out the shots below and let us know what you think of 37 Signals new home in the comments!
Photos via Chria Barrett