The architecture of workspaces has come a long way since the early 1900s. The kind of labor required from the workforce also evolved from manual to automated. Employees used to do a combination of sitting, standing, and moving around to get the job done; but now, it’s common to see people accomplishing all their tasks with one device, a handy laptop.
There’s no doubt that technology has been instrumental in all of these changes. In recent years, people have also seen the emergence of co-working areas, or what’s more commonly known as a flexible workspace.
Tech companies themselves have influenced office layouts with their cool adaptation of their developments at work to increase collaboration and employee satisfaction. They are not far off—it’s been proven that employees value aesthetics and are happier to be working in beautiful office environments, which then leads to higher productivity rates. These tech workspaces have become the content of social media because people are seeing the benefits of doing work in an environment that doesn’t have the traditional office design.
Other industries can learn a thing or two from these tech companies with mind-blowing offices. Your favorite might be in the list below.