Musk Converts Twitter Office Into Bedroom December 07, 2022
At Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters, employees saw stunning new additions: beds, nightstands, and comfy armchairs on Tuesday morning.
According to Forbes, Musk turned part of Twitter's headquarters into small bedrooms to show his support for ‘hardcore’ employees who are committed to their work and willing to sleep in the office.
A source told Forbes that there are between four and eight bedrooms per floor that looked "comfortable."
San Francisco Department of Building Inspection will now launch an investigation into Twitter's redesign report.
Ted Goldberg, KQED Supervising Senior Editor tweeted “We need to make sure the building is being used as intended.”
Earlier, Musk in his tweets said he will be working and sleeping at the Twitter headquarters in San Francisco "until the org is fixed".
After Elon Musk acquired Twitter, the microblogging site made several changes to it.