When radio company Pandora needed a new office, the workplace design firm 'Nelson' created one for the company that was appropriately music-themed.
The space has many musical elements throughout, ensuring that the purpose of the company is reflected in its offices and the lifestyle of its employees. Various conference booths litter the office, with a particularly interesting one that is purple-themed and titled 'Prince.' Another conference room has a mock Bob Dylan concert ticket featured as art on the wall. The music-themed office's kitchen has a ceiling that juts out and is painted with hundreds of cassette tapes in different colors.
This vibrant and playful office space is a reflection of Pandora's branding while also ensuring that employees have a unique and collaborative working environment.
The Pandora Office in Minneapolis Features Musical Decor Details
Mishal Omar — July 19, 2016 — Art & Design
References: nelsononline & officesnapshots