Those many companies are saying they would improve their staffs’ work environment and the fact is most of us still work in the place which has rows of desks with boring, drab walls. People from a decor-wise the creative agency in San Francisco try to do something different to liven up their office. After brainstorming, they decided that portraits of superheroes would grace the walls. To avoid annoying the building facilities department, they decide to use Post-it notes instead of paint to create their superhero.
Technology changes our life, not only what we use, but also how we live. One of the biggest trends in the past few years is working from home. Working at home is obviously rather different from working in your office cubicle and it tends to give you far more flexibility and at times allows you to get a lot more comfortable. More and more home owner are planning for a home office area at their home to make their life a lot easier and more organized. If it is allowed, a dedicated home office room is best. While if having a spare room is a kind of luxurious wish, then take a look at this post where you can find some Inspiring Home Office Designs – under stairs, in the closet, any little corner with proper set up can be turned into a good work station.
Google has recently opened up new offices in Tel Aviv, Israel which is more like a dreamy hotel instead of ordinary plain working spaces we usually have. Designed by Camenzind Evolution, in collaboration with Setter Architects and Studio Yaron Tal, this incredible office occupies seven floors and a total area of 85,000 square feet. As a balanced aesthetic of modern design and nature, this place is filled with different themes within the common areas on each level which considering various aspects of Israeli design. While the cubicle and office work stations are fairly standard in their design, there are still enough embellishments walking through the workplace to spark creativity. Colorful, playful and interactive, this wonderful office surely establishes walking through the workplace to spark creativity.
The remarkable writing office featured in the post was designed by Travis Price architects for Wade Davis, National Geographic’s “Explorer in Residence.” It’s definitely one of the most beautiful and unique rooms I’ve ever seen, the apotheosis of writing-caves. As a writer, Davis requires a private chamber for writing and light-filled rooms for inspiration. To avoid large windows opening onto a residential neighborhood, the architect built a dome above his client’s desk and filled it with the books he uses the most and create a overhead library, the most awe-inspiring piece of the room. Have a room like that, who needs work in office. [source].