Hewlett-Packard’s new, 37,762-square-foot “executive briefing center” offers plenty of natural light, glass, displays and meeting areas around a historic 100- to 125-year-old California Heritage Oak tree. Here, a display showing a representation of HP’s networking and server capabilities emits a cool, blue hue.
HP’s new executive briefing center includes a representation of HP’s networking and server capabilities.
The lobby of HP’s executive briefing center features glass windows that give the building an airy feel.
HP’s executive briefing center includes outdoor seating areas so employees and can guests can take advantage of the company’s Palo Alto setting.
A second-story seating area offers a view of a 100- to 125-year-old California Heritage Oak tree that HP built its new executive briefing center around.
Visitors can tour a display of HP products.
The entrance and lobby to HP’s new executive briefing center.