It is not surprising to hear that some people leave their work places owing to the working environment. Office spaces are expected to be conducive, comforting and beautiful, to make occupiers of the space more productive.

Shared below are rare images of inner glance of 5 tech and media company headquarters, and the firms that handled the design.



1. AMAZON
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Firm: NBBJ

Project: Amazon . com

Site: Seattle.

Standout: Point of attention are the dividers used for demacting the space, which were made with rollers, like those used on the conveyor belts at the company's distributions centres. The 3 million sq.ft space is telling a simple story through beauty.


2. PRISM DESIGN CONSULTING SHANGHAI CO.
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Firm: Prism Design Consulting,Shanghai Co.

Project: Unbot

Site: Shanghai

Standout: Concrete bench desking under a mezzanine' rope netting, makes heads-down work synchronizes with feet-up relaxation in this IT company's office space.


3. ADOBE SYSTEMS INC.
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Firm: Gensler

Project: Adobe Systems Incorporated.

Site: San Jose, California

Standout: The cedar-slatted rooftop pergola and its LED lighting both in aligned uniformity are pointing to the vectors of the company's illustrator software.


4. ARCHITECTURE+INFORMATION
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Firm: Architecture+Information.

Project: Canvas Worldwide.

Site: Los Angeles

Standout: The glass enclosures of the meeting rooms and cafe, which is covered with dichroic film forms fascinating prism, not only serve as inspiration but add to the aesthetic in a work environment for a marketing communication agency.


5. SAATCHI & SAATCHI GROUP.
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Firm: Jump Studios- A Populous Company.

Project: Saatchi & Saatchi Group.

Site: London.

Standout: First time visitor will be confused if he is in reception of the office or a café bar. The reception desk adjusts into a café bar where one can take a coffee with milk, while swaying on Nanna and Ditzel design chairs.

Photo & Inspiration: Interior Design Magazine.