The New NetDragon Headquarters is a Star Trek Nerd's Fantasy

By: Corinne Guirgis - May 29, 2015
References: ibtimes & hypebeast
Game developers everywhere are reeling with jealousy over the new NetDragon headquarters. Built in China and commissioned by executive Lui Deijian, the recently completed space was modeled after the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-E from the classic television series Star Trek, and took over four years and close to $100,000,000 to finish.

The office space is reportedly the only licensed Star Trek building in the world. Despite widespread enthusiasm in North America, Eastern citizens were slightly less enthused as the franchise is far less popular and is often confused with Star Wars. But in spite of this, many feel the chance to work inside the spaceship like structure is once in a lifetime.

With the NetDragon headquarters, it's clear the game developers set out to build an office exterior consistent with the type of work happening on the building's exterior -- a growing pattern in workplaces considered to be revolutionary.