Yesterday we brought you our 11 favourite Canadian office spaces to help inspire your inner designer.
Today, we’re giving some love to our American counterparts.
From in-house lifeguard stations to giant Dinosaurs greeting you in the lobby, here are 11 offices in the U.S. that seriously have us thinking about importing their ideas…
Designed by Kingdom Industry
Overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Carpinteria, Procore are creators of the leading cloud-based construction management software who also recently added 20,000 sq. ft. to their headquarters. Those views look rough…
Heavybit Industries, San Francisco,
Designed by Iwamotoscott
A former warehouse was transformed into a collaborative workspace perfect for this developer product building company that truly put a new spin on chic industrial.
Resignation Media/theCHive, Texas
Designed by Chioco Design
A measly $4 million went into this space but you wouldn’t be able to tell, right? Insert sarcasm here. It comes fully stocked with bars, beer chutes, and community lounges. We’re in love.
Yelp, New York
Designed by Design Republic
Popular review website Yelp offers a coffee shop with on-staff baristas and a kegerator bar with a rotating selection of craft beers. Heaven on workspace earth.
The Centre For Social Innovation, New York
Designed by mcdc
A co-working space, community, and launchpad for movers and shakers where kitchen tables were made from freight elevators. Inspiration at its finest.
Thumbtack, San Francisco
Designed by Boor Bridges Architecture
Professional Services Marketplace company Thumbtack placed focus on making their workspace feel like home and took a more residential approach to creating their cozy digs.
Chartboost, San Francisco
Designed by Blitz Architecture
It doesn’t take much to realize that video games are the specialty around this office. As the world’s largest games-only technology platform the vibe you get here is fun, interactive, and freaking exciting. Just look at that dinosaur.
Campbell Ewald, Detroit
Designed by Neumann/Smith Architecture
A 100-year old building that was sitting on a vacant lot took on a whole new life reflecting the hopeful future of Detroit for this Architecture firm.
Google, Orange County
Designed by Rapt Studio
This post wouldn’t be complete without a Google office. Offering everything from Beach cruisers to a lifeguard tower, this 91,000 sq. ft. California dream reflects the west coast’s laid back vibe to perfection.
All images from: Officesnapshot.com