The new space for Ancestry.com helps employees connect to their past and celebrate their heritage

Family record site Ancestry has recently opened their new office in Utah with a few personal design touches that bring history and family right to their employee's desks. Located in-between the major cities of Provo and Salt Lake City, the company's new office includes family-style meeting rooms, a cafe meant to inspire memories of home-cooked meals, and large colorful break rooms. Perhaps the most personal touch, however, is how photos of employees are paired with photos of their ancestors, creating not only a sense of connection to the past but also putting historical imagery in a deeply personal context.

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