Top 6 Corporate Offices Around the World

Some offices can be tedious and stifling, but definitely not all of them. Therefore, we made a list of the freshest and most well-designed Corporate spaces in the world. However, not all workspaces are equal. Thus, some can reduce workers’ morale while others can keep them happy and inspire. They create a sense of more energy and creativity among the employees. For companies like Google, which require smart, innovative, and in-demand workers, such offices offer a competitive edge when trying to attract young and intelligent employees.

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Some of these amazing corporate office are mention below:

Google Corporate Office

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It’s no secret that Google is a fun, fresh company, with tonnes of money, and dedicated employees. However, the part of the secret behind these employees is the awesome offices that they work from. Google put a lot of time and money into making the perfect corporate environment. Thus, mixing business with pleasure so that the staff can relax and refuel during their breaks. Google thrives on creativity and that thought has very much gone into the reasoning behind the designs of their offices. While providing every employee with space for them to be creative.

There’s a rule at Google that nobody is allowed to be more than 100 meters away from food, so you’ll find kitchens everywhere, as well as an awesome cafeteria where every employee is fed three times a day, for free. If you think that the offices are over the top and far too big, then at least you won’t have to spend all your time walking everywhere as you can just take the slide or fireman’s pole around the building. If all of that’s not enough for you, and you really want somewhere quiet to relax and get away from work, there’s always the library or aquarium.

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Red Bull Corporate Office

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Situated in a build of great character. They have the London office of Red Bull, which is a converted building of five old pubs in Soho. With none of the buildings originally linking together, or even having floors of the same height. This was always going to be an interesting building with plenty of space and cool features. Red Bull isn’t just about energy drinks, these offices are for roughly 100 people in their 20’s mostly, to come and collaborate and be creative together in these unique spaces. They threw away the corporate office rule book and decided upon a more lounge-like feel, with original features from the old buildings. However, a reception that turns into a bar at night. This is the perfect workspace for the young Londoner looking to be creative. However, with such creativity. It is one of the most interesting companies around.

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AOL Head Quarters

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It’s no secret that AOL isn’t the company that it used to be, but they’re trying to make big changes with the purchase of websites such as Techcrunch and Huffington Post, and they’ve recently had a massive overhaul of their headquarters to suit. They’ve gotten rid of the bland corporate facade and taken a leaf out of Google’s books and tried to make their office more fun and inspiring, with fresh new designs. This office is everything you’ll come to expect from enormous internet companies with large kitchens, splashes of color, countless relaxation areas, pool tables, games rooms, and of course, the all-important workspaces.

Parliament

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This is a company that knows the importance of a happy and comfortable work environment. However, it has given it a slightly different twist to some of the companies on this list. The design of this office involves a lot of reclaimed or recycled materials such as old street signs, a salvaged pizza oven, and many others. But just because they’ve used old materials, doesn’t mean the design has to suffer as the attention to detail and finish is superb, and the mix of raw materials really helps it to stand out. To top it all off, the office is finished with a bearskin rug, which is rather suiting I think.

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Facebook

Facebook went around their office design a little differently from most companies. Actually using its own software to conduct polls asking their employees what they would want from an office. The result was a superb work environment with big open spaces to work from and amazing relaxation areas. The space is also equipped with a place to skate and DJ from. That’s right, there’s no simply plugging in your iPod to a dock, there’s a whole booth that you can polish up your mixing skills at while entertaining colleagues. All of this combined with the modern, comfortable styling of the complex and means that Facebook is one of the best places to work and play, which is ideal really, considering their employees look after 500 million people a day, from roughly 750 million active accounts.

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YouTube

YouTube is an interesting company really because it was sold in less than 2 years for a princely sum of $1.65 billion. However, its earning capabilities seem to be far below that. That hasn’t stopped Google from splashing out on big expensive offices though, which seems to be a trademark for them. Big open floor plans and perks for employees dominate this office complex. However, they can relax with a bit of indoor putting, free-roam Segway riding, eating, gaming, swimming, and gym activities. Thus, to name just a few. Its business and pleasure all rolled into one at YouTube, with the hopes that the staff will be relaxed and inspired enough to come up with new ideas and work well with their colleagues.

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These are the some of the famous corporate offices all across the world.

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