Canva opens new campus in Austin

Canva has unveiled a new flagship campus in Austin, Texas, just two weeks after opening its first European campus in London.

Spanning 2,322 square meters, the new Austin campus has been fitted out with a commercial kitchen and team serving daily breakfast and lunch. It will also include a photography and recording studio, a cafe and bar stocked with local suppliers such as Creature Coffee, Hi Sign Brewing and Blue Owl Brewery, says Canva.

The opening of the Austin Campus brings Canva’s real estate portfolio to a total of eight campuses across the globe.

[Image courtesy: Canva]

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