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Here’s What Offices of the Fastest Growing Tech Companies Look Like

Wouldn’t it be awesome to work in offices that look like these?


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With their new innovative technologies and a knack for going against conventional methods, it shouldn’t be surprising that the offices of Facebook, Google, Instagram, etc. have also made their workspaces a fun place to work in.

The offices range from giving employees a place to meditate and be at peace, to 3 lane slides that replace stairs entirely. These help workers improve their productivity while giving them something fun to do at their workplace.

Here are some of these crazy offices:

The Berlin office of one of the biggest music sharing sites, SoundCloud come with cozy nap pads for their 200 employees in case they need some rest.

Source: Designboom

The conference rooms of the San Francisco office of Airbnb mimic the listings on their sites.

Source: Glassdoor

The London and San Francisco towers of Salesforce have a meditation room in every floor, good to slow your breathing and give one’s self a peace of mind before proceeding to work.

Source: Business Insider

Etsy makes a move to help its transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming employees some relief, allowing them to choose which every bathroom suits their gender identity.

Source: Yahoo

YouTube’s offices in San Bruno, California not only have an indoor lap pool, but also a three lane slide that connects the second and third floor.

Source: Yahoo

Instagram was kind enough to hire a Hollywood set designer to create a “creation space,” wherein employees can have fun and use their imagination to take pictures.

Source: Business Insider

Groupon’s Chicago office have an “Enchanted Forest,” complete with hobbit hole houses and boulders where employees can enjoy some peace and quiet while working.

Source: Business Insider

Facebook’s headquarters has the world’s largest open plan office with no divisions whatsoever, allowing its 3,000 employees to interact and socialize with one another. They also have some dedicated private rooms to allow employees work wherever they feel comfortable in.

Source: Business Insider

While still under construction, Amazon is building 3 interconnected domes they call “The Spheres” which aims to connect its employees with nature as much as possible. It also has a neat greenhouse.

Source: Business Insider

Quicken Loans’ headquarters in Detroit allow its employees to have fun and de-stress. This includes a pool table shaped like a Ford Mustang, a basketball court, and in-office scooters.

Source: Business Insider

Google’s NY office are built above the Chelsea Market. It has a Rock climbing wall that encourages fitness and enjoyment for its employees, as well as artwork from NY artists, and intimate breakout spaces.

Source: Fibrenerves

Finally, Spotify’s NY offices doesn’t use dry wall dividers; instead, they use a bunch of string as a barrier to signal that they’re working, but also allowing employees to reach and contact each other immediately in cases of emergency.

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