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  • Facebook Taps Gehry for Menlo Park Project

    Facebook is further expanding its presence in Menlo Park, with the social network revealing plans to develop a large plot of land it acquired back in 2014. The tech giant relocated to the Silicon Valley city back in 2011 and has since undertaken an extensive campaign of making its mark on the local community. The company announced that it will be working on the plans for the new expansion with Frank Gehry, the same architect that handled the design of Facebook’s recently opened MPK 20 facility.

    San Francisco 10 April 2015 20:22

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