Office spaces designed to de-stress and bring joy to the workplace!

We spend most of our working hours in our office, and many of us end up spending our week, looking forward to the weekend when you can look at the open skies and be free of the concrete jungle. Thankfully, more and more companies are aware and are working to reward their employees by making them as comfortable as possible, to keep them refreshed and rejuvenated to ensure their success, as they know if the employees are happy, more chances the company will truly succeed. So imagine this, your office building has an area with a lawn for you to walk on, a work booth that helps you and your co-worker cut off from distractions while focusing on productive outcomes or even a nap room, coz you’ve gotta nap when you gotta nap! These offices will inspire you to begin making small changes that will inspire your employees and bring joy to your workplace.

Selencky Parsons adds cork-lined pod with pegboard walls to its own office with pegboard walls for storing stationery, displaying models and hanging plants

Japanese Studio Happ and 07 Beach’s collaborative design for the Vietnam offices of the tourism company Office E includes green spaces inside the office for the employees to unwind


London architect James Whitaker depicts a proposal for a low-cost studio space in Germany comprising a cluster of shipping containers, which are arranged to direct sunlight into the interior at different times of day

Work lounge at Indeed’s Tokyo offices by Specht Architects

Waiting area at the Spreetail offices in Austin by Perkins+Will 

Collaboration and brainstorm space at the Diageo offices in Singapore by M Moser Associates 

This Sydney Office Tower design was conceptualized to appeal to the “millennial worker” that the newly developing district aims to attract – innovators in the creative, technology and finance sectors by the Architectural firm Grimshaw 

David Chipperfield Architects completed office building with “hanging gardens” in Seoul for the Korean beauty giant Amorepacific’s cube-shaped headquarters

Work booths at a confidential Israeli energy company in Tel Aviv by EN Design Studio 

GRT Architects creates New York office with millennial-pink kitchen and dark “nap room”