The 10 most advanced offices in the worldVika
Stop boredom and standard solutions when designing offices - that's what the architects said and created these non-trivial premises for work. See the five most advanced offices in the world. Would you like to work in such an extraordinary environment?
1. The underground bunker, which was once used as a bomb shelter, now houses Pionen - the office of Sweden's largest data center and Internet provider Bahnhof. (Photo: af-la.com).
2. The main idea behind the creation of this project was to consider the rock under which the office is located as a living organism. It seems that the architects did it wonderfully well. (Photo: af-la.com).
3. Pionen is hidden in the very center of Stockholm under a 30-meter layer of granite. This office is distinguished not only by its unusual location and interior, but also by the level of security - you can get there only through a tunnel, breaking through office doors 40 centimeters thick, and it can also withstand a hydrogen bomb explosion. (Photo: af-la.com).
4. Another avant-garde office is the LEGO headquarters in Billund, Denmark. A sunny interior, lots of toys, and bright open space - everything to enhance the creativity of employees and stimulate fresh ideas. (Photo: The Lego Group).
5. Right in the middle of the office there is a slide in the form of a pipe, along which you can slide down. A little fun and adrenaline haven't stopped anyone yet. (Photo: The Lego Group).
6. The LEGO website says that fun and creativity should always go hand in hand. (Photo: The Lego Group).
7. The most ecological office in the world. This title may rightfully belong to the advertising agency BrandBase in Amsterdam. All the furniture of the company is made from recycled materials - wooden pallets (pallets). Effective and environmentally friendly, isn't it? (Photo: Most Architecture).
8. Not only tables are made of pallets, but also floors and stairs. (Photo: Most Architecture).
9. The forward-thinking and environmental office of the BrandBase advertising agency in Amsterdam. (Photo: Most Architecture).
10. An office right in the middle of the forest? Why not? The Spanish architectural firm Selgas Cano has decided to move its employees from the concrete jungle to the bosom of nature. (Photo: Iwan Baan).