“Fun” themed offices – What do you think of them? Could you/would you like to work in such an environment?
Posted on 11th October 2019
There are many pieces in the news showcasing fun, funky and child like office spaces. Features range from bars, video games, putting greens, fresh food, slides and running tracks! Is your office like this? That said, a lot of these offices also look favourably on and focus on wellbeing aspects too, including quiet rooms, snugs, collaborative areas and so on.
Is this style of office design and office space planning realistic for all industries and employees or only for certain business/people types?
Here at Sygnus, we firmly believe that your office space should represent you, your brand and company culture and values as well as being functional and fit for purpose. It is your office space, so your choice assuming health and safety is always adhered to.
Whether you need bench desks for open working, closed offices, breakout areas and social spacing, we can help you choose the right furniture for your space.
Here are examples of well-known themed offices:
GoDaddy – featuring a meeting room doubling up as a pub, table tennis table, free fruit and snacks and video games to help staff unwind Read more
Google HQ – resembling a kid’s themepark than the heart of one of the most successful tech companies out there, it’s unlike any office workspace you’ve ever seen. Read more
Facebook - includes two cafes, a pizza window and several different kitchens. This helps cultivate an environment of collaboration and comfort that extends well beyond the desk. Read more
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