Do you dream about your designing your ultimate desk?
Are you inspired by your workspace, or crazy about your company boardroom?
If you don’t have a well-designed office, it can be hard to feel motivated by work or to simply get down to what you need to do.
Imagine working in an office with incredible design which made you want to get to work each day.
Have a look at our list of the 10 most incredible office designs:
1. Selgas Cano Architecture Office
Just think what it must be like to feel as though you’re working in the midst of a Spanish forest! Workers at Selas Cano Architecture arrive at work each day eager to enter their aerodynamic tube office, designed by Spanish architects Jose Selgas and Lucia Cano.
Half of the office space is actually dug into the ground in a quiet forest close to Madrid. The subterranean nature means that the office is cool during the hot Spanish summers.
With offices around the world and an emphasis on making learning and play fun, LEGO has long been a trendsetter in office design.
One of their most recent offices in London is packed with everything that represents the company – including break out spaces with LEGO seating and rooms where you can simply go to build something whenever you want to de-stress.
3. Activision Blizzard
This is a video gamers dream office. Just imagine having endless booths available to you to settle down and game – even when you’re at work.
Based in Santa Monica, Activision Blizzard attracts some of the brainiest gamers around – who get to enjoy the benefits of an office packed with video games and the best spots to test and work on them.
Ever get itchy feet in the office? If you hate to sit still and prefer feeling like you’re active even when you’re working, you’ll love the Autodesk offices.
Working on a treadmill whilst also being at your desk is the name of the game here.
It’s a great way to stay healthy, avoid posture issues developed from sitting hunched over a computer, and keeping staff active!
5. Pallotta Teamworks
When this company didn’t have the budget to air condition the entire warehouse space they existed in, they hired creative architects to come up with a solution.
That’s how the ‘breathing islands’ came to life – tented areas which house different departments, anchored to the ground by shipping containers. Innovative to say the least.
A vast atrium with high ceilings and endless natural light coming in, as well as different themed rooms to resemble the millions of homes featured on this now globally famous website.
These are just some of the things that employees at AirBnB can enjoy when they go to work – great spaces for meetings, working on projects and getting inspired.
Wherever they are in the world, Google seems to have the gift of creating some of the best office spaces for their staff.
From entire villages complete with gyms, slides and karaoke booths to healthy restaurants and cafes, Google create an office environment unlike any other. Case in point – the Tel Aviv office has an orange grove.
8. Urban Outfitters
We all know that their shops are cooler than cool, but did you know that Urban Outfitters also provides the ultimate in cool working space for their head office staff too?
It’s actually been created in an old navy shipyard and now houses staff from their 6 different companies – offering them everything from restaurants and cafes to a library and fitness suite.
Many people know the story behind Facebook – it started in a college dorm room. Well, today the company has employees and offices all over the world.
Its offices are characterized by a playful approach to working and there are football tables, table tennis and all sorts of way to exercise the body as well as the mind. There’s even a physical Facebook Wall where you’re encouraged to write your thoughts for the day.
You’ve just commuted to work, and now you find yourself in a corridor that looks like a New York subway train.
This is a daily occurrence for employees at EPIC in Wisconsin. There’s also a treehouse, outdoor working spaces and a rainforest themed indoor area.