Five of the coolest offices in the world
The way we are working and our priorities when it comes to our jobs are changing. Research from Free office finder has shown that where you spend your working day is considerably more important for millennials than any other generation. New research has revealed 33% of millennial office workers put more focus on the office environment than their salary and benefits.
With more and more offices aiming to provide a better working environment for their employees, our priorities are changing when it comes to our work life. The study also found that a better office environment can improve productivity, performance and mental health.
From in-office gyms and games arcades to themed meeting rooms and flower walls, here are some of the coolest offices in the world.
San Francisco, California
Twitter moved into its San Fran HQ back in 2012 and it features a games room, an outdoor terrace for BBQs/parties/outdoor working and some of the swankiest board rooms that Alan Sugar would be jealous of. The office is all about nature, with the lobby area resembling a birds house, rustic walls lining the corridors and giant floor-to ceiling windows overlooking the extensive outdoor space.
Cameo’s, one of ‘Time’s 50 Most Genius Companies of 2018’ and Business Insider’s ‘57 Tech Starts That Will Boom in 2019’, headquarters is located in Chicago. The office boasts several murals by artist Danny Torres which feature famous Chicago athletes such as Michael Jordan and Walter Payton. In the open plan office space, you can try your hand at ping pong and enjoy a casual dress code and regular happy hours.
PrettyLittleThing’s dreamy HQ is located in Manchester, England. The open plan office features palm trees, flower walls and a whole lot of PINK! At PLT HQ, you’ll find themed meeting rooms, unicorns, flamingos and a kitchen serving up everything from brunch to after work drinks.
San Francisco, California
If anywhere is going to have the most Instagramable office in the world, it’s going to be…well, Instagram. Their insane HQ is like a 3D version of the popular photo app and here you can find couches, micro-kitchens on every floor, a library and a creation space where you can take your own photos for the ‘Gram.
The creators Candy Crush Saga, King’s HQ stays true to its creative roots. The office space is divided into different landscapes to reflect different characters and designs from King games and features interactive flooring and lighting, bold and bright decor, carousel booths, trampoline seats and of course, plenty of games.
* This is a collaborative post. All thoughts my own.