Office managers already know the impact of a comfortable, beautifully designed office on workers’ productivity, but for most of them, efforts usually stop at adding a couch in the hallway, setting up a lunch area or hanging inspirational prints on the office walls. Others, however, have used the freedom of customizing the office space to create fun, quirky, cool interior workplace designs that break formal boundaries. While the US might have a great reputation for cool workplace interior designs, the digital agencies and gaming companies in the UK have a few gems of their own. Here are three of the British headquarters that many consider to be the dream workplace.
Splunk – graffiti meets big data
Splunk is a big data analysis software company whose London offices look like the brainchild of a graffiti artist and a Whovian. Although the offices only occupy 6,000 sq ft, the company’s architects have used every inch of space strategically, creating a quirky, suburban style.