Cool Workspaces Archives - Spacestor

Browsing 'Cool Workspaces'

  1. Workspace of the Week – Shutterstock, New York

    Shutterstock is one of the fastest growing image sites around – so it makes sense that they would have such a visually pleasing office. Since moving to their new location in the Empire State Building a few years ago, Shutterstock now has one of the coolest spaces around. STUDIOS Architecture...

    Read More
  2. Workspace of the Week – Mercedes-Benz, Thailand

    Some spaces just ooze a certain high-class quality, and you can expect no less from the new Mercedes-Benz head offices in Bangkok, Thailand. The new space was inspired by one of their founders, Mr Gottlieb Daimler, who once sent a postcard to his wife and wrote that one day the...

    Read More
  3. Workspace of the Week – Atlassian, Sydney

    Aussies always seem to be so calm and chilled out, don’t they? Maybe it’s because of the all of the beaches and the sun, but maybe it’s also because they have some seriously cool office spaces… Atlassian, the Australian-based tech company, has just opened up their new offices in Sydney...

    Read More
  4. Workspace of the Week – Axiom Law, NYC

    If someone asked you to picture a law office then you’d probably imagine quite a traditional, stuffy and maybe even a boring space, wouldn’t you? Well, whilst this week’s workspace of the week might be a law office, it’s anything but boring. NYC-based law firm Axiom Law is a company...

    Read More
  5. Workspace of the Week – Zalando, Helsinki

    Zalando, the online store company, say that they have the coolest tech hub in Helsinki. Quite a bold claim, right? Well once you take a look inside you’ll understand why they can get away with saying it – because it’s true! Zalando hired Interior Architects Fyra to design their offices...

    Read More
  6. Workspace of the Week – Palmspace, EAT WORK ART

    If you’re an artist then finding an office space that encourages and inspires your creativity, yet doesn’t distract you from your work, is incredibly important. It also helps if the space is totally Instagrammable and can make other people jealous of you #OfficeInteriorGoals. One office space which fits these criteria’s...

    Read More
  7. Workspace of the Week – M Booth, New York

      Simply having a workplace in New York already places you ten steps ahead of the game in terms of cool-ness, yet M Booth, our workplace of the week, doesn’t just settle with having an enviable location as their interiors aren’t half bad either. M Booth are a global communications...

    Read More
  8. Workspace of the Week – ThinkGarden, Milan

    “If we cannot build our office in a forest… let’s bring the forest here.” That’s what the creators of ThinkGarden Milan must have thought. Instead of limiting the time employees spend surrounded by green to a lunch break outside, this creative business lounge was designed to bring nature indoors. Trees,...

    Read More
  9. Workspace of the Week – Red Bull, London

    Red Bull’s trendy Soho office is emblematic of the savvy and youthful ethos that exists at this exciting, diverse company. A slide, a circular table tennis table used for meetings, and a nocturnal bar are, of course, some of the standalone features. However, the building itself is of interest too, as it represents...

    Read More
  10. Workspace of the Week – Canvas, Los Angeles

    How colourful and vibrant is your workspace? We can guarantee it’s not as colourful as creative media agency Canvas Worldwide’s workspace in Los Angeles! If one were to explore it without its glasses sheets, it may appear clinically, cleanly white. However, its glass injects colour, symbolising Canvas Worldwide’s electric energy. This...

    Read More
  11. Workspace of The Week – Updater, New York City.

    This year, tech company Updater moved its employees from a smaller workspace in the Flatiron District into a spacious 10,000 square foot space near USQ Park, New York City. This new workspace is home to 75 workstations, a variety of lounging areas, 8 conference rooms for formal meetings and a...

    Read More
  12. Workspace of the Week – Pixelindustries, Netherlands

    If you think you’ve seen all trendy workspaces then think again as this workspace, home to Pixelindustries staff is a millennial’s dream. Pixelindustries are an interactive marketing and digital agency based in Haarlem, Netherlands.  Supporting customers on effective business results with effective advertising and interactive marketing, the company is filled with...

    Read More
  13. Workspace of The Week – ICRAVE, New York City.

    When it comes to collaboration, award-winning design and branding firm ICRAVE does it right.  Due to the fast growth of staff, the company moved into a brand new 8,000 square foot space in the desirable area of Madison Square Park. This space was made for interaction and boasts a range...

    Read More
  14. Workspace Of The Week – GoDaddy, Sunnyvale, California

    GoDaddy Inc is an American internet domain registrar and web hosting company that serves 13 million customers and is know for its advertising too. As the world’s largest domain name provider you would expect their offices to be pretty unique and fun. Their workspaces based in Sunnyvale California is not...

    Read More
  15. Workspace of the Week – Microsoft, Israel

    Microsoft has yet again created a stunning space for its employees in Herzliya, Israel and it’s just as stunning as the many Microsoft offices around the world. The global tech giant’s new workspace, designed by Studio BA is a cool and welcoming design with plenty of open space and workstations....

    Read More
  16. Workspace of the Week – Algotec, Israel

    Technology health care company Algotec have provided a bright and creative workspace for their employees that proves that healthcare and medical offices don’t have to have a clinical look. This workspace is bursting with vibrant wall art and plenty of breakout areas too.  The new space was designed by architecture firm...

    Read More
  17. Workspace Of The Week – DRAFT, Tokyo

    Interior design company DRAFT is based in Tokyo recently completed their stunningly sophisticated workspace. The company was founded in 2008 by interior designer and CEO Taiju Yamashita who has been highly regarded by international and national clients and his company DRAFT specialises in a wide range of interior design projects...

    Read More
  18. Workspace of the Week – Twilio, San Francisco

    To accommodate for the increasing number of staff, cloud communication company Twilio relocated their San Francisco headquarters to a large and spacious two floor 90,000 sqft workspace. With the help of design firm Blitz, Twilio’s new workspace is a fantastic collaborative space filled with plenty of breakout points and working...

    Read More
  19. Workspace of the Week – Vineyard Vines, Stamford

    Vineyard Vines is a ‘preppy’ American clothing brand with a signature nautical style. Founders and brothers Shep and Ian Murray who are big fans of the water and social lifestyle, traded in their business suits to be closer to the coast and create the brand Vineyard Vines. Their new 90,000...

    Read More
  20. Workspace of the Week – Kiwi.com, Brno

    Kiwi.com is an online travel website that allows customers to book affordable flights around the world. They offer their customers 24-hour live support as well as a unique flight search tool and interactive map too. The company recently moved into a brand new spacious headquarters in Brno complete with a welcoming...

    Read More
  21. Workspace of the Week – Microsoft, Vancouver, Canada.

    Global tech company Microsoft have created yet another stunning workspace for its growing workforce in Vancouver, Canada. Founded in 1975 and known as one of the biggest multinational technology companies, Microsoft has grown from strength to strength with their variety of products used globally. Along with the increase of the...

    Read More
  22. Workspace of the Week – Adobe, San Jose

    Multinational computer software company Adobe – based in California was founded in February 1982 and is best known for their creative multimedia programs such as image editing program Photoshop, Acrobat Reader, PDF and more. With a variety of personalities, creative roles and teams to cater for, Adobe’s headquarters had to...

    Read More
  23. Workspace of the Week – Vanke, China

    Vanke is the largest residential real estate developer in China. The company develops, manages and sells properties across more than 60 mainland Chinese cities. Recently Vanke partnered with ZhangJiang municipality to create one of the best co-creative spaces in Shanghai, China. Designed by Swedish interior design company Muraya, this stunning...

    Read More
  24. Workspace of the Week – Microsoft, Redmond

    Microsoft and Bora Architects have created a stunning workspace with filled with vibrant furniture and dynamic seating arrangements to encourage more employees from different teams to collaborate in an inspiring setting. As the world’s largest software maker and the world’s most valuable company, Microsoft’s offices are expected to be spacious...

    Read More
  25. Workspace of The Week – Spotify, London

    This week we’re taking a look at Spotify’s newly designed workspace in London. Spotify is a digital music service giving users access to millions of songs at a monthly cost. The app is used worldwide and continues to grow every year enabling more countries to get their hands on this...

    Read More
  26. Workspace of The Week – Uber, Pittsburgh

    This weeks workspace of the week is transportation network company Uber – founded in 2009 in Pittsburgh. When founders Travis Kalanick and Garrett Camp were having trouble getting a taxi to where they were staying, they came up with the idea of tapping a button for an instant transport option. Uber’s...

    Read More
  27. Workspace of The Week – Adidas, Herzogenaurach, Germany

    Back in 2011, sportswear brand, Adidas completed their stunning new Headquarters based in Herzogenaurach, Germany. The bright and open plan building featured an array office desks with a clean white aesthetic design and decorated with bright Adidas apparel throughout. Last year, Adidas and ACTINCOMMON designed a brand new co-creative space...

    Read More
  28. Workspace of The Week – Money.co.uk

    This week we’re taking a look at Money.co.uk’s brand new workspace that gained plenty of attention from its unique interior design and majestic setting. Money.co.uk is an independently owned and finance comparison website ranked as the second fastest growing business in the UK. Based in the heart of Gloucestershire, at...

    Read More
  29. Workspace of The Week – Slack, Canada

    Award winning software company Slack are known for their real-time messaging and communication app that allows teams to interact and collaborate within the working environment. With a program created to encourage collaboration and team work in workplaces around the world, their new office encourages all this and more too. Slack’s...

    Read More
  30. Workspace of The Week – Pret A Manger, London

    Organic coffee and natural food company Pret A Manger moved from their old office based in the corner of Victoria Station last year into a vibrant and open plan workspace just a couple of minutes away. In honor of the first Pret A Manger shop that opened 30 years ago,...

    Read More
  31. Top Ten 2016 Workspaces Of The Week

    Last year we introduced our workspace of the week series where we explored some of the world’s most exciting and innovative workspaces. Well-known companies such as Google and TripAdvisor have set the trends and created workspaces for that encourage collaboration and increase employees happiness. We’re inspired by each workspace and...

    Read More
  32. Workspace of The Week – Ubisoft, Quebec

    This week’s workspace of the week is a vibrant and creative workspace filled with meetings rooms and dynamic spaces that have been designed to inspire employees and encourage them to use their creativity and work together. Multinational video game publisher Ubisoft, has created a stunning space for their employees complete...

    Read More
  33. Workspace Of The Week – MOBI, Zionsville, Indiana

    Mobility management platform company MOBI’s new workspace in Indiana has been designed encourage employees to collaborate and express their creativity in their new vibrant 60,000 square foot space complete with a trendy West Coast vibe. This large space includes a variety of meeting, conference and training rooms that are branded...

    Read More
  34. Workspace of the Week – Sky, London

    For this week’s workspace of the week were taking a look at  Sky’s new open plan headquarters in West London. As Europe’s leading entertainment company providing streaming, internet, and television services for over 21 million customers, it’s only right that their workspace provides enough space to work with a variety...

    Read More
  35. Workspace of The Week – Airbnb, Singapore

    We’ve explored a wide range of open workspaces that encourage employees to work together or independently in a variety of areas that are highly distinctive. Airbnb’s workspaces are incredibly unique and will make any company envious. Entering an Airbnb workspace will make you feel like you’ve travelled to various parts...

    Read More
  36. Workspace of the Week – McCann Worldgroup, Madrid

    Leading global advertising agency, McCann Worldgroup have redesigned their workspaces around the world including this bright workspace in Madrid, Spain. The goal? To provide and environment that introduces a collaborative way of working as well as introducing new working methods to the employees. In an office with 550 collaborators, the...

    Read More
  37. Workspace of the Week – Kwerk, Paris

    Kwerk is a unique 24/7 co-working space in Paris designed for employees to enjoy working in an open and creative environment. The aspiration of this stunning Parisian workspace is to bring those of different backgrounds together to share their quirky personality, share ideas and inspire with their enterprising spirit. This...

    Read More
  38. Workspace of the Week – Dropbox, San Francisco

    Dropbox has recently revamped their headquarters based in San Francisco, architecture firm Rapt Studio took on the role of redesigning the headquarters and turned the space into a vibrant and open workspace complete with departments that every Dropbox employee will enjoy. Within a large company comes a wide range of...

    Read More
  39. Workspace of the Week – Red Bull, Mexico City

    Every week we take a look at workspaces across the world that have designed a dynamic and creative space for their current employees to enjoy and attract the next generation too. This week we’re taking a look at Redbull’s casual yet productive office in Mexico City. The quirky and unusual space...

    Read More
  40. Workspace of the Week – New Lego Headquarters, Denmark

    Lego has released its plans for their brand new headquarters based in the small town of Billund, Denmark! As a fun, iconic and creative company, it’s only right to design a workspace that encourages creativity, fun, and collaboration. Due to be completed by 2020, this incredible office is a generation Z’s...

    Read More
  41. Workspace of the Week – iNautix, Pune, India

    Workspace of the week is iNautix’s agile workspace based in Pune, India. This workspace was created to be an incredibly agile space for the employees to enjoy. iNautix’s 44,000 sqft office was inspired by the theme of speed and efficiency. This theme was introduced by creating a 2 lane-jogging track...

    Read More
  42. Workspace of the Week – PwC, Bristol

    This week’s workspace of the week is PwC’s brand new workspace based in Bristol. This BCO award-winning workspace is filled with plenty of vibrant meeting rooms and lounge areas an open and fresh office building that promotes collaboration with the use of furniture and overall interior design. PwC’s aim was...

    Read More
  43. Workspace of the Week – Avast, Prague

    This week we’re taking a look into Avast’s new stylish headquarters in Prague boasting 15,000 square metres and seven floors of vibrant interior design and an array of spaces to work in and enjoy. Avast’s new workspace is designed to encourage collaboration and creativity as the interior features 6 metre...

    Read More
  44. Workspace of the Week – Google, Cambridge, Massachusetts

    We all know that Google offices are incredibly creative and their workspaces around the globe inspire many companies to change their workspaces in the hope to attract the new generation of sociable and creative workers. They are trendsetters and this office space is another inspiring workspace filled with plenty of...

    Read More
  45. Workspace of the Week – Zendesk, London

    This week we’re focusing on Danish customer service software company, Zendesk’s open and sociable workspace based in London. This workspace may not be the largest of all workspaces, but it features plenty of great informal places to work giving employees the opportunity to work freely within the workplace without feeling...

    Read More
  46. Workspace of the Week – R/GA Headquarters, New York

    This week we’re looking at the incredibly well-connected R/GA headquarters in New York City. This huge 200,000 square foot workspace offers a creative, collaborative and innovative place for employees to work. The main aim for the creative advertising agency was to also create a space in which everyone was connected,...

    Read More
  47. Workspace of the Week – Weebly, California

    This week’s workspace of the week is website design and hosting company Weebly’s creative office space based in the heart of San Francisco, California. The workspace design was inspired by Weebly’s culture of being an open, high quality and approachable company which definitely reflects the design of this fantastic space....

    Read More
  48. Workspace of the Week – King, Stockholm

      For this week’s Workspace of the week, we’re looking to the amazing offices of game development studio, King, in Stockholm. Originally, King’s offices were designed to reflect their work in the gaming industry, drawing inspiration from games such as Candy Crush with a garish cartoon theme running throughout, but...

    Read More
1 2