SF-based corporate caterer ZeroCater tackles the daunting task of feeding Silicon Valley's hordes - in a tech-focused way.
When it came time to outfit their new headquarters, they turned to Roger + Chris. When their hardworking team isn't busy arranging meals for companies like eBay and Sony, they're relaxing in our Atticus mid-century modern sofas and Higgins leather Chesterfield sofas and armchairs, all made in the U.S.A.
As the centerpieces of the ZeroCater headquarters for meetings, networking events, and frequent parties, these sofas get a lot of use. Check out the ZeroCater team's various arrangements below.
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ZeroCater karaoke! #startup #karaoke #zerocater #creed #startuplife #fridaynight
ZeroCater supporting #usa #fifa #fifaworldcup #fifaworldcup2014 #usa #germany @fifaworldcup #brazil2014 #copa2014 #cm2014 #wm2014
Our #Halloween #costume #contest winner, the Devine Effie Trinket! #hungergames #effie #trinket #costumes #Halloween #spirit #ZeroCater #happyhour
Roger + Chris furniture is increasingly popular among designers looking to add highly-customized yet unfailingly durable touch to commercial projects. We're proud to say that our furniture and lighting has been installed in restaurants, hotels, retail spaces, and corporate headquarters across the country. Please reach out to us for information on custom furniture for commercial projects.
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