Located just a stone's throw from its current office, the Chinese company's new digs will play host to the e-commerce team.
While it looks like a shopping mall on the outside, this is actually Xiaomi's newest office, located just a stone's throw from its current office building (at a shopping mall).
Inside, the public can check out the company's latest handsets and TVs, or get accessories for phones.
Well, the interior feels very inspired by Apple's retail style, but the staff here is dressed in red instead of blue.
Here you can find accessories for your Xiaomi Redmi or MI-3, as well as an excited Hugo Barra snapping pictures with his MI-3 to share on social media.
Perhaps I should have asked for one of these cuddly Xiaomi rabbit toys for a giveaway.
When you first step inside the office proper, this is the first thing you'll notice. I'm sure it makes getting out of the office really fun.
If you're visiting the new office, you'll need to get yourself registered at this cool-looking front desk.
I'm told this is the company dog, originally a stray that was rescued.
Though cubicles generally look the same everywhere, Xiaomi has added plenty of greenery to brighten things up a little.
If you need a place to sit down and talk, there are plenty of meeting areas to be found throughout the office.
Here's one with a little more privacy.
Or you can just sit down in the open to admire the view of the road and what appear to be residential buildings.
You'll find plenty of artwork on the various floors, including this large reproduction of Van Gogh's Sunflowers.
Located in the basement is a giant cafeteria, where Xiaomi employees can grab a bite at a subsidized price (no, it's not free).
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