This week we're heading out to Borehamwood, England to check out Just Eat offices. The Just Eat offices were designed by The Interiors Group, and are just over 40,000 sqft (find out how much space you need for your team.)
This week we're featuring the Haptic Architects who recently designed a new office for Arkwright in Oslo, Norway. The office was completed in 2014 and features a beautiful modern and simplistic design.
This week we're featuring a coworking space: Jelly Button Games and Hamutzim Studio in Tel Aviv, Israel. This coworking space was designed by Roy David Studio. Although the space is only 7,534 sqft (find out how much space you need for your team), Jelly Button Games and Hamutzim Studios share the same founders, making it easier for them to share the space.
This week we're featuring the offices of creative advertisement firm Wild Card in Culver City, CA. The Wild Card offices were designed by Christopher David Associates and were inspired by the creative aspects of the company.
This week we're featuring the Arup offices in Manchester, England. The Arup offices were designed by TSK Group in 2014 and span 20,000 sqft. TSK Group plays with the traditional office by using bright colors and unexpected objects to create surprise.
Finding office space is one of the most important challenges any business faces. Not only will rent likely be your second largest expense (following payroll), but your office will also be your second home and becomes reflective of your company, team, and culture. Your office has a significant impact on hiring, retaining talent, and keeping employees engaged. For growing companies, price, location, size, and timing are all crucial to the search.
Let’s face it, we’re in our offices for around 90,000 hours in our lives. That’s a lot of time to spend at a desk that you hate. Luckily for you there are some pretty rad desk supplies that can keep you organized and “aesthetically pleased” all at the same time. We’re starting a new series that features office supplies for different types of personalities, and first up is for the trendsetters amongst us.
This week we present to you the iZotope offices in Cambridge, Massachussetts. The iZotope offices were designed by Unispace and were finished in 2014. This space spans 35,000 sqft (find out how much space you need for your team and combines wood, brick, and paint to innovate a look all their own.
This week, we're featuring Wonderfactory and their NYC office as our office space of the week.
This week, we're featuring Nylon Magazine and their NYC office as our office space of the week.
This week, we're choosing the ?WhatIf! offices in NYC by Mapos architects as our office space of the week. The NYC office is 12,000 sqft (find out how much space your office needs) and was done on a budget of $775,000.
As we already know first impressions are incredibly important, and that sentiment absolutely extends to office space. Visitors and clients alike get a sense of an office environment and your company culture the first time they enter a space, and in fact, a bad lobby can be a red flag to look for when touring offices.
This week's office space of the week goes to Astor Hellas, a leading wholesale international trading company in the Greek market and their new 4,300sqft office in Thessaloniki (wondering how much office space your team needs? Try our office space calculator.)
Once you've found a few great office spaces, it's time to tour. You might know what criteria your team wants the space to meet, how much space you need, and what neighborhood you want to be in, but what else should you look for (or, totally avoid)?
This week, our office space of the week goes to the Mozilla headquarters in Mountain View, California.
We're giving our office space of the week to the Birchbox offices in NYC.
We already know that your work space can greatly affect your mood, help you concentrate at work , and generally make or break your entire work day. If you're like most people, you have the essentials on your desk: computer, notepad, empty(ish) coffee cup... and that's about it. Here are 10 desk items you might not have thought of that will make your work day just a little bit better.
We're giving our office space of the week to the Super Bowl 50 offices in San Francisco.
Snacks are a seriously essential part of the workday… but are you torturing your office mates so you can get your noms on? No one needs a hangry coworker, but make sure you’re not being a discourteous diner either! Here are 11 of the worst snacks to bring to the office:
The NYTimes published an article this Tuesday from Rebekah Campbell titled, “Why I Ditched My Co-Working Space.” In her article, Rebekah touches on some of the pain points often associated with working in a shared space. These include issues like noise, not having a permanent desk or private space, and too many distractions.
Looking for a little midday pick-me-up? A little noontime noms before lunch? Or maybe just a yummy reason to stretch your legs and get away from your glowing computer screen? Here are some snacks we think are the best office-friendly options to satiate your grumbling gut (or ADD).
All of us at TheSquareFoot love scoping out cool office spaces, so we thought it would be fun to start off 2014 by naming the coolest offices in Austin, TX. After painstakingly checking every office space in Austin to find the best spaces, we're ready to share the results. Drumroll please, in no particular order the winners are: UShip, RetailMeNot, SpareFoot, BazaarVoice, HomeAway, and WP Engine.
We had the pleasure of touring CultureMap's Houston office space, located on Wood Street in East Downtown. Given CultureMap's hip and trendy vibe, our expectations were high and the offices did not disappoint. With hardwood floors and the sun shining through the windows, the space has a happy, warm tone. The main area of the space includes a spacious open room for the writers to work and a large kitchen, where almost any meal could be prepared. In the back is the living room type set up with great artwork and great looking (and very comfortable!) furniture. We finished off the tour in CultureMap CEO Stephen Newman's office and saw why CultureMap is inspired by great design.