It’s important to have fun at the workplace and to feel comfortable there. After all, it’s like your second home. Most big companies understand that and we’ve seen a lot of beautiful headquarter and office interior designs which focus on making the employees feel welcome and comfortable. Here’s a new great example. It’s the new Dropbox headquarters located in San Francisco.
It was a project by Boor bridges Architecture and Geremia Interior Design. The space is filled with energy and it has a dynamic and playful interior. The team focused on maximizing functionality but also also on making the space feel cozy.
They used modular furnishings and included greenery into their design. The space is open and features groupings of open workstations as well as shard work rooms. It also includes a series of informal lounges, a kitchen and meeting rooms.
Playfulness seems to be a leitmotif here. The meetings rooms have names such as the “Romance chamber” or the “Break up room” and there’s also a “Back to the future” meeting room. There are also all sorts of familiar messages and phrases written on the walls, such as the legendary “Challenge accepted”.
The way in which the work spaces were organized was based on the concepts of team unity, isolated acoustics and interaction. Of course, the space doesn’t lack artistic elements. There’s a culture walls that features a stunning mosaic of ping-pong balls.