Desktop Dumpster is a 9 pound steel real-life street dumpster replica that is minimised to a size that would fit among your other stuff on your desk. The idea itself is just brilliant but it just does not stop there. Each of these dumpsters are hand-made by artist Ryan Christensen from Seattle, he also paints the graffiti that makes his dumpsters definitely unique and life-like. The use of these dumpsters are limitless, you can store your ...

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Last December we featured the amazing offices of Google in London and it was and still is a beautiful design. Google sometimes puzzles me, a great company that is more productive than ever, but the workspace is sure beautiful but seem more entertaining, they have rooms themed in snow and ones as a New York street with a cab parked. Designed by Camenzind Evolution this headquarter located in Zurich, Switzerland is mind blowing. True there is ...

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We’re featuring yet another amazing workspace to get your inspirational juices flowing. This one is located in Seattle and its the headquarters for an interactive digital agency called ZAAZ. The layout it very different than what you would normally expect. They don’t really seem to have an office but more of a lounge for brainstorming and exposed brick actually adds some character to the space. The agency describes their work as the following, “We create experiences ...

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This is a great and simple office for consulting firm Netlife located in Oslo, Norway. The design was created by Eriksen Skajaa Architects and I believe this office is yet another great office that defies what we know about offices, they are now a play ground. The office design is pretty simple and that is why I like it, the black ceilings, a lot of whites and glass that bond the two together really adds to ...

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I just can’t get enough of beautifully designed workspaces and the latest addition to our blog posts is the Skype office in Palo Alto, California. Skype’s primary goal was to create a unique office that would create the ideal environment for their employees as well as differentiate them from their Bay Area competitors in the recruitment of new talent. The project consisted of increasing the employee count by 250 in a 54,000 square feet extension ...

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This is something quite simple yet I just love it. We’ve seen Pinocchio or at least know about it, unless you were born watching modern day cartoons. Anyway, one thing for sure, he was known for lying, even if for a good reason, that expanding nose is his trademark. This product on the other hand lets you sharpen your pencils and therefore the pencil serves as a nose that obviously shortens when sharpened, reverse-lying in this ...

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This is for you Green : ) Behold the Google Engineering headquarters in London designed by Penson. We are used to Google’s playful environments and these offices are no different, well considering it is in London, buildings have to be tight but that is not an issue here, this office is a wonderland. Starting with meeting rooms, you can draw on walls, they also have game and music rooms and a lovely coffee shop that resides ...

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IBM is no small company so it comes as so surprise that they would join in the trend of reinventing their workspace. That reinvention is demonstrated in their newly renovated and expanded Software Executive Briefing Center situated in Rome. The entire project, designed by Massimo Iosa Ghini and his studio, elaborates the famous “strips” of the IBM logo in an innovative and fascinating way. The whole office is filled with LED lights, which almost looks like the ...

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Yes, my obsession with workspaces continues. This time the subject of my addiction is the Adidas Headquarters in Herzogenaurach, Germany. The headquarters was designed by Kinzo Berlin studio, a design firm based in Germany. The building accommodates the 1700 employees in a very modern setting. Walking into the building, you are greeted by bridges of glass, a unique indoor environment, and a very refined furniture system. I loved the open spaces and the clean look as well ...

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If I ever own a billion dollar corporation I want it to look just like this! The trend taken by big corporations to redefine the workspace has really brought out some amazing designs. One example of this is the ANZ Centre in Melbourne, Austraila. The use of bright strong colors is just the thing you need when you first arrive at work. It keeps you awake and really brightens your mood. Its like every floor has its ...

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My obsession with office design continues! This time my obsession has lead me to the offices of Horizon Media, a company with an impressive resume. It was founded in 1989, and is now the largest U.S. independent media services company. The company quickly outgrew its previous headquarters so they turned to New York’s a+i Architecture, to design their new space. The result was a stylishly unique mix of industrial and natural elements. The office area consists of ...

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I love interior design but one of the things that interest me the most about this topic is office design, mainly because of the drastic change that has occurred over the past few years. Office spaces used to be about one thing and one thing only, cost efficiency. But now things have changed. Businesses have acknowledged the importance of a workplace on employee morale and as a result, these offices have become a place that ...

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This office space is for new Amsterdam advertising office Nothing. It was designed by Dutch designer Joost van Bleiswijk and whats fascinating about this space is that its made out of cardboard. The interior was created using over 500 square metres of reinforced cardboard of which 1500 separate pieces were slotted together using no glue or fixings. “Nothing is an Amsterdam-based, independent entrepreneurial agency that delivers innovation and commercial creativity for local and international clients out ...

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Ever wondered what the office of Nike CEO Mark Parker looks like? Honestly, the thought never came to my mind, but now that I think of it, it would be really interesting to see what it looks like even if its just to satisfy my curiosity. But what I saw was nothing like what I was expecting. The whole space is a visual overload, full of interesting art and mementos. It’s not exactly the office you’d ...

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You know how you sometimes live in your own bubble while working? What if you did that literally? Well thats the concept behind the bubble office design created by Christian Pottgiesser Architects. Looking at the images, you can tell that this is one seriously original workspace, it almost feels like they created their own eco system. I loved the open feel to the place with the high ceiling and the tress growing around the desks, ...

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Skype’s Stockholm office in Luxembourg housed only 35 employees, but the rate of expansion was more than they anticipated and before long an increase in office space was unavoidable. Skype found its new Stockholm home in a completely restored massive historical building, Münchenbryggeriet, a landmark of Stockholm’s skyline. According to Skype, the building was “built in 1846 as a clothing factory, the building became Sweden’s largest brewery in 1857 and operated as a brewery ...

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