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12 Stimulating Design Offices to Stir the Senses

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12 Stimulating Design Offices to Stir the Senses

Take a look at the super-cool design offices that ensure employees are never lacking inspiration.

For some lucky creative agencies the days of dull and drab cubicle spaces are long gone, with employers realising that inspiring surroundings can have a direct effect on their employees' creativity. They don't have to be located in famous buildings – a tranquil setting, games area, or amazing design office mural can all help to stir the creative juices.

Here we showcase 12 awesome design offices, which have been developed to accommodate all the creative needs of an artistic workforce. Why would anyone consider working from home when they could be grafting in one of these?


ICRAVE has an office space that we seriously crave ourselves. Image via Design Milk

Award-winning New York City-based design and branding firm ICRAVE combines minimalist aspects into its amazing offices. With areas designed to mimic hotel lobbies and the reception doubling up as a DJ booth, there are some seriously fun aspects to this interior.

The 8,000-square-foot space on Madison Square Park boasts flexible workspaces to encourage employee interaction and collaboration. Teamed with wooden decoration and cute chalkboards, it's an office we'd love to work in.

Soothing wood aplenty. Image via Design Milk

02. Google, Zurich

Google employees relax with a little sport

Google offices really are incredible places, so you won't be surprised to find more than one included in this list. But our favourite of all its designs has to be the Zurich offices. How any Google employees get any work done here, we have no idea.

There's rooms to play sports, sing and dance, get a massage, an aquarium where employees can relax in a foam-filled bath, a sky lounge, jungle and movie room, slides, fireman's poles and much, much more. But we also love the different themed Gondolas dotted around, which serve as meeting rooms. Amazing.

The Google Zurich offices have various different themed Gondolas, including these fake ski cabin designs

03. BICOM Communications

Montreal designer Jean de Lessard filled the BICOM offices with all sorts of stylish goodies


Montreal designer Jean de Lessard was recently commissioned to transform the offices of Canadian PR agency BICOM Communications into an area that inspires its employees and drives creativity. The result is this wide open space, filled with all sorts of stylish goodies.

The main feature of Lessard's design is the house-like pods, included to define work areas and each with their own decor, including fake grass and wood panelling. The company's social areas include some slick furniture as well as its name up in bright lights.

BICOM gets its name up in lights...

04. Mind Candy

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Content original was quoted from  Kerrie Hughes March 10, 2017 Graphic design ;

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