Quirky offices in downtown Boston reflect influx of tech firms ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Some of Boston’s tech firms are putting their own unique stamp on their workplaces, from geeky murals to local themes. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff A senior support engineer caught a few winks in the Van Winkle room at Hubspot in Cambridge. Dennis Keohane Google's offices in Cambridge have a partial MBTA/subway theme. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Employees at their work stations at Rapid7 in downtown Boston. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Molly Herman by a kitchen at the Rapid7 offices. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Neon lights decorated the ceiling of the Rapid7 office. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff An untitled grouping of 15 works by Charline von Heyl hang in a hallway at K&L Gates in Boston. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff The pieces by Charline von Heyl are collages with ink and charcoal on paper. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff "Reds & Blacks" by Tal Shochat hung in a conference room at K&L Gates. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff An untitled watercolor by Till Freiwald at K&L Gates. Justin Saglio for the Boston Globe The entrance lobby at the Carbonite headquarters. Justin Saglio for the Boston Globe A Star Wars-themed mural at the Carbonite Boston headquarters. Justin Saglio for the Boston Globe Magazine The data-backup firm Carbonite is named after the substance that put Han Solo in a deep freeze in “The Empire Strikes Back.” Justin Saglio for the Boston Globe Darth Vader’s instantly recognizable silhouette is on a sliding conference room door at Carbonite. Justin Saglio for the Boston Globe The theme continues to the Carbonite restrooms. Justin Saglio for the Boston Globe Megan Wittenberger opened a Star Wars-themed door.