Twitter, which is not a profitable company and enjoys a cushy tax break from the city of San Francisco, has purchased two wood cabins to be installed within its cafeteria, the Marin Independent Journal reports.
TechCrunch points out that the company had a Twitter had a GAAP net loss of $511 million in its most recent quarter. But can you put a "price" on two authentic, old-ass log cabins in your office? Yes, but can you put a "price" on quotes like this?
"You can see the hand of the original craftsmen who built them," said Olle Lundberg of Lundberg Design, the San Francisco architectural firm responsible for the specialty design elements in the new office. "It's kind of cool that cabins that were built sometime in the 1800s have now reappeared. The guys who built them are long dead, of course, but are sort of still here. I kind of like that."
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