If you’re reading this on your lunch break then first of all; sorry. Why an apology? I hear you cry. Well, because, in all honesty this post might just make you want to quit your job. Not because it’ll tell you how to make your millions by going solo, but because this post is all about the coolest office designs – brought to you by Neville Johnson fitted home office furniture experts.
It’s mostly associated with uber-cool, creative corporations who have more money than sense to spend on the office decor, but let’s face it, funky offices are just plain cool. Here’s a summary of some of the most interiorly impressive offices in the world.
The Nike HQ in London has won multiple awards since it was designed for having the ‘most innovative office interior in the world’. There are only three floors but the space combines lots of mini meeting spaces in quirky nooks and crannies as well a large cafe – each floor has the same smooth lines and curved edging giving it a really contemporary feel.
You don’t have to be a multi-billion corporation to afford an incredible office. There’s a small car repair shop known to have their office chairs as from the inside of a car and their office desks from the hood of different car models including a Mitsubishi Lancer; which is amazing!
Naturally, the HQ of Disney Pixar studios aren’t your average office block; far from it. Here you’re more likely to find mood lighting than monotone printers – seriously. The geniuses behind the creation introduced mood lighting to help workers with creativity and to set certain tones for different things.
Similarly, the Cartoon Network offices are pretty much unrivalled. Imagine a teenage boy’s bedroom; covered in graffiti and quirky gadgets and exposed brick walls and you’re pretty much there. It’s play time all the time in these offices; each pod has its own ideal bedroom theme... rather like a home from home!
You know what they say about Red Bull and wings but sadly none are apparent in this office. There are however, meeting rooms with ping pong tables instead of tables, and slides instead of escalators. Jealous, us?!