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Tree Office by SelgasCano http://www.selgascano.net/

The inspiring studio of Selgas Cano Architecture in Madrid-Spain, serves as an inspiration for all who work there. Half of the office space is underground and the other half has glass ceiling, bringing nature closer to the employees. No matter if you

Pinner said ~ I once ate at a restaurant with swing chairs - really fun and cool. :) Swing Table created for Duffy London. The table part is stable, I believe.

The King Arthur Round Table revolutionizes the office boardroom. Created by British furniture designer Christopher Duffy of Duffy London, the table set features swings instead of chairs.

Surrounded by nature at Selgas Cano Architecture in Spain. | 28 Places Where You'd Rather Be Working Right Now

The inspiring studio of Selgas Cano Architecture in Madrid-Spain, serves as an inspiration for all who work there. Half of the office space is underground and the other half has glass ceiling, bringing nature closer to the employees.

35 Inspiring Office Branding Designs                                                                                                                                                     More

35 Inspiring Office Branding Designs

Red Design Group Office Website shares pictures of this lively office. The details were wonderful.

Perfect pole studio  ~ Great pin! For Oahu architectural design visit http://ownerbuiltdesign.com

An Outside The Box Office With A Waiting Room Inside A Shipping Container

Kids room inside the waiting room. offices by Inhouse Brand Architects features a waiting room inside a shipping container

George Patterson Y / HASELL

George Patterson Y&R / HASSELL

HASSELL, a regularly featured design firm has completed a new project in Melbourne for George Patterson Y.

OSCAR NIEMEYER, Centro Niemeyer (Oscar Niemeyer International Cultural Centre), Avilés, Asturias, Spain 2006-2011. / Pinterest

The Oscar Niemeyer International Cultural Center, Avilés, Asturias - Spain by Oscar Niemeyer, Architect

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