Kitchensurfing, a startup that helps people bring professional chefs to their dinner parties, has moved into bright new offices in New York City.
The office is beautiful, with lots of reclaimed wood and cooking-inspired decor.
The offices were designed by Danielle Arps, who has also worked on spaces for Codecademy, General Assembly, and SailThru.
Kitchensurfing occupies approximately 3,500 square feet of space in a stylish building in the Soho neighborhood of New York City.
The entire office has a very homey feel, with bold prints and quirky art on the wall.
Each of the conference rooms is named after a kitchen utensil, like a rolling pin.
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