From Pixelating Public Architecture to Colorful Crammed Headquarters

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Apr 17, 2014
From towering pixelated structures to floating concrete architecture, these examples of high-tech headquarters demonstrate the best environments to promote productivity and inspire workers.

The Gsus Sindustries HQs in Amsterdam, for example, looks as if a floating piece of concrete was placed on the roof of the building. The sides also consist of slat-like material, enabling light to get in and out. Instead of having workers cramped up in a tight space all day with no sunshine to poke through, this ensures a steady stream of air and light. Other designs include certain ones with large slides for break times, and offices with eco-friendly features.

Hopefully you're one of the lucky ones to work in such high-tech headquarters. If not, these examples will have you dreaming of moving up in the world!