We spend lots of money choosing and designing our home to be a true heaven on earth while actually almost 3/4 of our lives is spent at work, mostly in a strict “black and white” environment where everything is supposed to help you focus on your work. I bet you have dreamed of a wonderful creative workplace with lots of restrooms and convenient office staff, but hardly ever worked in creative offices like that. Today I am going to tease you even more by presenting some of the most creative offices owned by industry giants.
So let’s start off with Google. You may have seen Google’s Zurich creative offices with lots of colorful sofas, little office cabins,etc. But I am here to share some rare snapshots of Google’s office space in Stockholm, Sweden. Though this office space was designed with a true Swedish fingerprint, several office areas have their unique themes and design as in Zurich offices.
Next up is the most popular social network; Facebook. Facebook creative workplace is a 150,000-square-foot building in Palo Alto, CA, designed to serve a real inspiration and technology paradise for Facebook employees.
Now you know where all those revolutionary FB changes come from!
Let’s see where Skype employees get inspiration. Skype’s brand new Stockholm creative workplace is designed as Skype service itself; simple, useful, bright and colorful.
Isn’t it amazing? Minimalism+Colors=Creative Workplace!
Creative Offices are not a privilege of information technologies industry as it may seem. To prove my statement, here are a few snapshots of Guess workplace.
It is a popular trend to add a piece of green environment into the office to make it more lively and healthy.
Creative offices are spread all over the world and are owned by different industry companies, however IT companies like Twitter, AOL, Microsoft, Apple are being more creative in their design choices thus becoming a desired workplace in labor market. In conclusion, I’d like to share a random collection of creative offices of different companies around the world.