This Office Features Employees Pictured With Their Ancestors

This Office Features Employees Pictured With Their Ancestors
Design

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

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 14 october 2016

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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