Don’t want to work in a typical office with fluorescent lighting, bright white walls, and cubicles as far as the eye can see? These companies use some very unique and creative ways to inspire their workers, and in turn create an interesting and engaging work environment.
Google, Tel Aviv Office
Who wouldn’t want a slide in their office? This part of the Google Tel Aviv offices is known as the “beach floor”.
Google’s lobby features a satellite view of the world. Here you can move the globe into any part of the world that you want.
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Inventionland Offices; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
For those not familiar, Inventionland is a company that specializes in inventing and licensing new products. Their facility is about 70,000 square feet, with 15 different and unique settings. These settings include pirate ships, race tracks, faux caves, red carpet walkways, castles, as well as a giant robot.
Lego Offices, Denmark
Imagine being surrounded by everything Lego at your job, doesn’t sound so bad does it? Lego’s entire office is designed so that anyone is able to play with Lego materials and come up with new innovative ideas. This still while being productive, and thoroughly enjoying their work.
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Zynga Offices, San Francisco
If you have ever played the famous games “Farmville” or “Words with Friends”, then you will be familiar with the company Zynga who produces them. The offices, located in San Francisco, has six floors, with a huge atrium space spanning through the middle. The company has excellent benefits such as providing breakfast, lunch, and dinner for their employees free of charge. They are also extremely dog friendly, and have dedicated areas for everyone’s pooches.
Lobby entrance, courtesy of Business Insider
Dog Park Area, courtesy of Office Snapshots