Though LinkedIn's online presence is all about professionalism, the LinkedIn New York office features a hidden gem that encourages employees to let loose every once in a while. By entering through a vestibule that ostensibly seems to be an art installation with over 100 rotary phones lining the walls, LinkedIn employees can open a hidden door to reveal a speakeasy.
The office, which was designed by international firm Interior Architects, is on the 28th floor of the historic Empire State Building. As such, hiding a speakeasy — the type of drinking establishment that offered illicit drinking during the prohibition — in the LinkedIn New York office feels especially fitting.
Beyond the speakeasy, the office was generally designed as a "club level" and includes things like a screening room and a pool table.
More Stats +/-
Non-Corporate Office Designs
Record-Breaking Building Atria
Indoor Campus Offices
Playful Office Partitions
Resting Office Compartments
Free 2019 Report & eBook
Get the top 100 trends happening right NOW -- plus a FREE copy of our award-winning book.
Our Research Methodology
This article is one of 350,000 experiments. We use crowd filtering, big data and AI to identify insights.
The LinkedIn New York Office Features a Hidden Lounge Area
- By: Joey HaarMar 28, 2017