Creative Office Spaces That Inspire

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An amazing creative office space (thecoolist)

Wouldn’t you love to work in an environment where creative thinking is the driving force behind the company and that space was designed just for that purpose?  There are companies in the world that adhere to this policy and design their offices for employee comfort, knowing that this sparks and encourages creativity.  A happy employee is a productive one.  That is the lesson behind these amazing creative office spaces.

A beautiful office interior (Inmagz)
A beautiful office interior (Inmagz)
Functional, creative office interior (BBC-North-Creative-Interior-Spaces)
Functional, creative office interior (BBC-North-Creative-Interior-Spaces)
Innovative office design (inool)
Innovative office design (inool)

Google is one of the most creative in office design.  This company’s offices are geared toward creative flow.  The offices incorporate elements of convenience, conversation and even play to make employees feel comfortable sharing ideas.  The over-the-top design encourages interaction among employees.

Comfortable open spaces at Google office in Dublin (home-designing)
Comfortable open spaces at Google office in Dublin (home-designing)
Magical spaces at Google Russia (home-designing)
Magical spaces at Google Russia (home-designing)
Modular nature-inspired meeting space at Google Tel Aviv (visualnews)
Modular nature-inspired meeting space at Google Tel Aviv (visualnews)

Color and fun themes are centerpiece to creative office spaces.  Certain bold colors are known to stimulate the mind and senses.  Themes create an office space that is enjoyable to work in, therefore boosting productivity.

Bold colors in this office (dbeautifulhome)
Bold colors in this office (dbeautifulhome)
Vibrant office space (workspacestyle)
Vibrant office space (workspacestyle)
Shape and color pop in this office design by Moser Associates (officedesignlondon.blogspot)
Shape and color pop in this office design by Moser Associates (officedesignlondon.BlogSpot)

Natural elements are employed in the creative office sometimes in quite dramatic ways.  For employees who spend their days indoors, bringing a little of the outdoors in provides a visual and psychological boost.

A grassy area in this Google Zurich office (peterdedene)
A grassy area in this Google Zurich office (peterdedene)
Natural office design by M. Moser Associates (visionwidget)
Natural office design by M. Moser Associates (visionwidget)
Live walls embrace this office (Pinterest)
Live walls embrace this office (Pinterest)
A bit of greenery brings this office space to life (Pinterest)
A bit of greenery brings this office space to life (Pinterest)

Areas of relaxation, where ideas are born, are quirky and fun.  Creative office spaces employ all manner of pods, enclosed areas and nooks.  Some companies even let the employees design their own space.

Related:
Decorating with What You Love
Relaxation area in a Google office (gsmnation)
Relaxation area in a Google office (gsmnation)

 

Meeting nooks (commercialflooringsolutions)
Meeting nooks (commercialflooringsolutions)
Innovative office design at the RTM office in Istanbul (lauracarruthers.blogspot)
Innovative office design at the RTM office in Istanbul (lauracarruthers.blogspot)
Google office by Setter Architects (retaildesignblot.net)
Google office by Setter Architects (retaildesignblot.net)

Open meeting spaces provide plenty of room to spread out comfortably.  Games are included to encourage socialization and sharing of ideas and opinions.

Skype offices in Palo Alto, CA
Skype offices in Palo Alto, CA

 

Skype Headquarters designed by Blitz
Skype Headquarters designed by Blitz
A swing in this open meeting area designed by Boora Architects (decoist)
A swing in this open meeting area designed by Boora Architects (decoist)
Basta! Media Group offices by Designerfix
Basta! Media Group offices by Designerfix

Innovative and fun, these creative office spaces turn an ordinary workspace into one that is enjoyed; where employees love coming to work and feel open to share their ideas.

 

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