Take a look at these sensational design offices, which have gone to huge lengths to ensure employees never lack creativity.
In the creative world, office design is a big deal. Long gone are the days of dull and drab cubicle spaces, with employers realising an artists surroundings can have a direct effect on their performance.
Here we showcase 10 awesome design offices, which have been developed to accommodate all the creative needs of an artistic workforce. Which one would you like to work at?
01. Inventionland, Pittsburgh
Inventionland is the design facility of Pittsburgh-based invention promotion firm Davison Design & Development. But more importantly, it has offices unlike any we've ever seen. The 70,000sqft facility was designed with 15 different sets, created by the company itself and built almost entirely in-house.
Lucky employees get to work in the awesome surroundings of pirate ships, castles, robots and faux caves among other things. And that's not all, the facility also has a state-of-the-art sound, video and animation studio and fully-equipped workshops for creating working prototypes of inventions. Jealous? We are!
02. Selgas Cano Architecture, Madrid
This gorgeous studio belongs to and was designed and created by Selgas Cano Architecture. Located in the middle of the woods in Madrid, half of the tube-like structure is underground while a glass canopy forms the rest.
The large window that runs the length of this modern day cave provides employees with a gorgeous, panoramic view around the clock.
03. Cartoon Network, Atlanta
The Cartoon Network offices in Atlanta still adopt a cubicle system, which, in many circumstances, may not be the most exciting working environment. But this one is anything but dull. While employees may not be able to see each other, instead each individual's workspace is personally customised.
Although many follow the theme of children's TV, cubicles can be found full of allsorts, including bright, colourful furniture, cartoon characters, mascots, photos, stickers and magnets.
04. TBWA/Chiat/Day, New York
Italian artist, designer and architect Gaetano Pesce was the brains behind this very cool New York office space for ad agency TBWA. The outdoor-inspired design features a huge wide-open floor plan, full basketball court, big-screen TV, a classic London telephone box and even has trees growing inside of the building to give it a fresh feeling.
With no allocated desk spaces, the TBWA team are also encouraged to change seats each day to encourage impromptu encounters and collaborations.
05. Three Rings, San Francisco
This steampunk-inspired submarine office for game development studio Three Rings was created by Because We Can. The design-build studio developed workspaces for over 20 people, a game room, lounge and a secret room behind a bookshelf.
The overall design was inspired by Jules Verne's novel 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Victorian parlours and pirate ships. Hidden gems lay all around the office, including games consoles concealed in treasure chests.