Thursday, November 30, 2006

Work Spaces - Is Yours A Cool One??
































I guess it is extremely important for most of us to have work spaces that motivate us for they definetely have an impact on the work that's created. It could be a table tennis table converted into a boardroom table, pink chairs that scream attitude, road dividers as showpieces, race tracks and toy cars under a meeting table, a mini golf course, a huge theatre with a big LCD screen, trailors convrted into creative rooms, a restaurant ambience, a go-karting rink within the office or something absolutely outta the ordinary!

Showcased above are a few agency offices like DDB, Rethink in Canada, Subplot, Grey Worldwide, Crispin Porter Bogusky and several others that have redefined the way office spaces need to look. Each with their own attitude and style. I hope you like them! Hidden in the middle is be positive 24, my very own office...couldn't help but be a bit selfish :) If you think your office is a cool one, send in a few pics...I promise an exclusive post. Cheers! VIA: I Have An Idea & The Cool Hunter

5 comments:

Aishwarya Rao said...

Why did I expect to see be positive 24 there?!!!

Kapil said...

Gosh! I am crazy about working in fancy places like these. I have loved such places and I can't wait to land up working in one of these offices.

Anonymous said...

So jealous! IfI had a magic genie, I would wish to hurry and finish my college education to work at any one of these fine establishments...

heyz said...

firstly, Sandeep congrats on having ur own office at 25. BTW, how many people work in ur place?
Loved these spaces, especially the one with the drum kit!
In my own fantasy office I'l have the mumbai local train seats and window;)

Anonymous said...

I work in a radio station in Canada. While our office is pretty standard, kindergarten wall colours aside, my office in particular became pretty interesting last week . . . =)

http://gallery.happydesigns.com/?snap=135

=) webbie Bud

p.s. - smashing site; been browsing for a while, and love seeing all the great work