In a couple of weeks, employees at Twitter's headquarters in San Francisco will be eating lunch in a pair of old log cabins from the 1800s.
The cabins were originally part of remote ranches in small Montana towns. The architect tasked with designing Twitter's new offices says the cabins help evoke a forest theme, in keeping with the company's famous bird logo.
These days plenty of tech companies are investing good chunks of their fortunes into getting just the right look and feel to their offices. It's a trend the New York Times' deputy tech editor Quentin Hardy has been writing about and he joins us now.